CD/DVD AutoPlay Error? Fix it With AutoPlay Repair


Some programs like multimedia players still remain in autoplay list when you load a CD or DVD into the drive even though they have actually been removed. Those who are familiar with Windows registry might be able to delete the corrupted entries without the presence of a third-party software, but some of you might find it uncomfortable to do such manual tweaking and prefer to choose the instant solution.



AutoPlay Repair is a free program that, like the developer said, purposely designed to easily delete the obsolete handlers within the autoplay list. And now it can be already used to completely manage the list, whether you want to delete, add, or modify, it's all up to you.

What even more is that it allows you to create backup of your current autoplay setting, and it has a portable version so you won't have to install it. The operation is also very easy.

OS supported: Windows XP
License: Freeware
Additional Requirement: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher

Windows Software Buzz, Saturday, January 26, 2008 At 12:04 PM - Permalink
Bookmark this post: del.icio.us digg stumbleupon reddit fark spurl ma.gnolia newsvine


Leave a Reply

Featured Windows Software

Recent Software