Built new computer and lost CD auto run.
While building my new computer and installing hardware and software as it came in my Winamp stopped working.
OK - Winamp was working fine and then I lost the auto start when I inserted an audio CD. I can manually turn it on but it does not detect the audio CD until I tell it where to find it. When it pulls up the CD it does not list the song titles only track numbers. I've reinstalled and check marked it to auto play audio CD's but still no luck. I had a computer "guru" mess with a program "disc detector" that came with the DVD drive. He was telling it to detect this and that and screwed it all up. I no longer use the disc detector and still cannot get Winamp to auto run and auto detect. I don't think it's as simple as the settings on Winamp. I think the "guru" changed things that I have no idea about.
So, if you are an authentic "guru" perhaps you can help me. Thank you.
In Winamp, under preferences you have File types, just check Associate with Audio CD
look in the device manager under the cdrom and look at the general tab. Look for auto-insert notification and make sure it is checked. if it doesn't help, look in the performance tab in system properties through the control panel and make sure you don't have dos compatibility mode on any of your drives. if you do, goto msconfig and in selective startup remove the checks from autoexec.bat and config.sys.
i hope this works. i will check back again.
Pack'nHeat, try the following thing: Go to Regedit(Start/Run/type regedit and press enter) and go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\Policies\Explorer
Change the value for the NoDriveTypeAutoRun key so that it looks like this:
0000 95 00 00 00
Hope that helps you.
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