Quote: Originally Posted by bertie11
I'm pretty sure I have set all the options so that the disks _ought_ to autorun but they won't. I have to go into Powerdesk (File Manager) and select a vob file.
I' installed a codec package but that made no difference.
I have had problems with this drive, Samsung TSST CDDVDW 288BB, in fact I've had to swap it out twice already. I'm wondering if it has gone yest again?
HP Pavilion DV6-2113SA notebook
I had exactly the same problem, but with an LG drive. I replaced it with a LiteOn, which works fine. However, I do not like Autorun as I have read elsewhere that it can lead to infections, which may be a pointer to the earlier advice from youlbelost
. I have therefore disabled Autorun, but I do like to know that I can use it if necessary.
Stranger still: the friend who took the LG drive reports no problem in his XP machine.
Computing throws up these anomalies all the time.