Auto play is shown in my pc

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Windows 7 has been taken to my computer. After then a message auto play is showing in my computer and I will not be able to delete it. It creates problem to my daily work as well as it is hampering the service of the windows. What is the problem created and what is the solution?

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autoplay in window

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83363

Auto play is shown in my pc

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Hello Asiggaaa,

Your Windows 7 package won't perform in his anti program. You need to install the upgrade package from renowned products. Your whole program affected in Virus for this autoplay show again in time for using. Find your USB reader. look up there and sure to find in any data will not working. Check out the DVD into any disk in Burn. sometime it may occur from burning disk.

Go to Start menu >> All programs and select start up there the start all kind of option you need to delete. Uninstall the unnecessary program.

Scan whole computer and restart your system. then you may solve your problem at last.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83364

Auto play is shown in my pc

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You said you are using windows 7. But the image you added is a bit confusing and it refers to windows XP. Any way the auto run usually happens when you insert any storage device like CD, DVD or pen drive etc. To normally block this option press and hold the shift key for some tomes when you insert any of those. This will temporarily disable the auto run. You'll have to do it every time you insert a storage device. If you don't want the autoplay at all then follow the steps below:

1. Start > Run > write Gpedit.msc hit enter

2. Go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System.

3. Then Settings > right-click on Turn off Autoplay > Select Properties.

4. On the new window select Disabled, > Apply > Ok.

The autoplay won't bother you anymore.

turn off Autoplay

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