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Autoplay will not work

I replaced the two DVD burners in two different machines with Pioneer DVR-112D drives. I have ultra data cables.
The drives work great except none of the four will autoplay. I tried everything incl. Microsoft autofix and Tweak.
I have had no bad burns but without the autoplay I cannot play videos.
The old drives all worked fine for autoplay but I wanted the faster and supposedly better drives.
I have Windows XP home with SP2 and Pent Celeron 3.46 and 3.2 ghz machines.

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  • drynear Mar 01, 2008

    That naturally is the first thing I checked. From there I went to the Microsoft autofix and then Tweak.

    Nothing has worked.

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Hi,
Try This:-
My Computer/Right Click On desired Drive/Properties/Options to autoplay required Types Et,c.
You should also have these Options, In Software Programs Such as Nero Or Roxio Et,c.

Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Mar 01, 2008

  • Mike Waldron Mar 01, 2008

    Hi,

    remember the advice i,m giving you on here is Free.

    I try to help people, resolve their problems.

    If you,d like a result for your Problem, within 1-2 Hours, i,d suggest that you pay the Premium rate @ $19.99.

    where a technical assistant will solve your problem.

    i give advice, at my own expense, and do not appreciate being patronised. Unless you actually state your competance.

    then you could be graded as ** useless-competant-semi skilled-professional et,c**

    when your given Free advice, be grateful for what your getting Free.

    Now my final suggestion to you, Is to remove 1 or 2 of the 4 Drives you have Connected, ensure that they,re jumpered correctly. Uninstall and re-install them.

    you could also check any settings in the system Bios.

    thankyou For using FIXYA.



    Mike @ compurepair.

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