Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Posted by Anonymous on
These are the two main alternatives to disable the autorun in windows 7:
1. Using the control panel, navigating to hardware and sound, and uncheck "Use Autoplay for all media and devices"
2. Using the Microsoft Fix it 50471 as explained here:
Posted on Jun 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like you are attempting to upgrade to windows 7 within an earlier version of Windows, and are having an issue with the earlier version missing files. The Autorun.dll file belongs to a component within windows responsible for automatically launching a program from a CD, once the disc is inserted.
My suggestion would be to back up all your files to a disk, boot with the Windows 7 CD, and perform a clean re-install (completely removing the previous version). You may be required to provide the CD product key belonging to the older version of windows you have, as well as the key for the Windows 7 disk. Or you could attempt to locate the disk you used for installing the previous version of windows you possess, and using the "repair" option. in both cases though, make sure you back up your files!
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
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