if they have security measures included.
I see the HP Ipaq h5550 is a hand-held device or PDA.
Why does it need a CD, and why do you need to load the CD into a PC? Excuse my ignorance, but I have never used a PDA or similar device.
If the file structure on the CD is such that there is no recognisable file on the root directory, then possibly Windows doesn't know which autoplay option to select.
EG, if the CD has folders only on the root directory, and any exe, video or music files are inside a folder, Autoplay may not be able to make a suitable choice.
Just clutching at straws here. Perhaps someone else will have a better idea.
Well I have just got an Ipaq h5550. I can't get the Installation CD to work. Auto play wont work. I've tried right-clicking and clicking the Autoplay but nothing happens. The only thing I can do is right-click open. The CD opens up the files...but no Auto play. I've been into properties and everything seems to be fine. I tried the CD on my laptop and it worked fine, but on my Desktop all I get is a...''popup blocked by Google Toolbar'' messege...even though internet explorer isn't even open!!!
Question...why is google blocking the CD???? Strange don't you think??!!
Both my DVD players play everything else I have just fine. Please help.