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Windows 7: How to disable auto eject when no CD found in explorer?

25 Nov 2009   #1

Windows 7
 
 
How to disable auto eject when no CD found in explorer?

In explorer, if you click your DVD drive and there's no cd in it, it gives you some "insert a disc" message and auto ejects.

I find that extremely annoying because I will sometimes misclick the DVD drive and it pops up when I don't want it to. I'm not dumb enough to willingly click on an empty DVD drive, I will open it up myself before doing that.

How do I disable autoeject?

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01 Dec 2009   #2

Windows 7 Pro & Vista Home Premium
 
 

I think I might have a registry script. I know there is one for hiding the CD -ROM drive, but I;m not sure about ejecting

Give me a moment

Sorry,. this is all I found:
NoAddFromCDorFloppy - Hide "Add a program from CD-ROM or disk" option
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