The fix was to kill process on Quickplay running in the background.
Easy to fix too .
While typing, and for no reason, the DVD player starts up. It's very annoying since I can barely type any sentence and it does this. It acts like I put in a DVD but forgot the DVD so it says to insert one.
This only happens when I use a keyboard that's not built in but is attached via USB. When I use the built in keyboard like I am now, everything works normally.
I tried buying a new and different keyboard but this issue occurs anyway.
Is there a fix for this?
This issue reminds me of a problem I once had where the laptop was sending "fake keyboard stroke signals" when I tried to run disk check. This would then cancel disk check because it thought I hit a keystroke though I didn't. The solution was a registry fix.
I bring this up because I wonder if my problem with the DVD player coming up is another "fake keyboard signal" being sent or even a "fake signal" making the E: drive think I inserted a DVD when I didn't so it starts the player.
Thought I'd toss that possibility out there.
Anyway, here's what my PC is :
HP Compaq Presario CQ50 Laptop
Windows Vista Home Premium
The DVD player is the default one included in Vista.
Anyone know of a fix for this?
Any help is welcome.