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How do I turn it on?

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Auto run for what?

If the CD/DVD has a specific file called autorun.ini, auto run will run. Specifically and exactly what type of disk are you referring to?

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Auto Run

Hi. I think I actually meant auto play as when I put a cd or dvd in. Previoulsy it played on its own now I have bring up the property of the one I want to play and open it...

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Here's the long answer
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/330135

Another tool from MS is the Tweakui powertoy. Download and try that. It can enable/disable autorun. You didn't say if it ever worked and stopped for some reason. Anyway, the above is something to start you off with
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Auto run

Thank you guys for the assistance. I wasn't able to repair this way but I did find 'autofix.exe'(MS) and it did work for my CD drive but it did not fix my DVD drive

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Auto Run

Don't know why but it works perfectly this AM. Thanks again for the assistance

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