ZTE MF627 HSDPA USB Stick Modem Autorun.exe error

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At random, when I plug and run the autorun.exe pop up on my USB Stick Modem, this autorun.exe error shows up, and then I need to unplug and re-insert the modem for me to use the modem's dialer program for me to connect to the Internet.

I do not know what seems to be the error, and it is annoying whenever this error shows up.

Any help will be much appreciated.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #123868

ZTE MF627 HSDPA USB Stick Modem Autorun.exe error

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Hi,

This is a common error most of the people face with their computers. Below you are having some suggestions you can try out to solve this problem.

  • First uninstall the program you used for this and again install it and restart the computer. You have to install the latest version.

Or

  • Delete all add –on in your computer and try. Sometimes the problem is might be with the add-on of the computer.

Or

  • Insert your XP setup CD and run a repair on the XP. And install all the service packs and necessary software.

Or

  • Provide a separate IDE controller to Zip drive.
Answered By 0 points N/A #123869

ZTE MF627 HSDPA USB Stick Modem Autorun.exe error

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Hi,

It seems that you have a problem with your auto play options, this could be caused by faulty registry, we have some options to fix this problem.
 
Option 1:
 
1. Unplug your USB stick & Uninstall it's program.
 
2. Restart your computer.
 
3. Download a registry cleaner, you can download a freeware at http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download, a guide on how to use this software can be found at http://www.guidingtech.com/824/ccleaner-cleanup-windows-pc/.
 
4. Now, try to plug your USB stick,
 
If the error still occurs, proceed to Option 2
 
Option 2:
 
A system restore will most probably solve this issue.
 
1. Restart your computer & boot into safe mode, a guide on how to boot into safe mode can be found at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/start-computer-safe-mode
 
2. Restore your operating system from the time where this auto run error still doesn't pops up. a guide on how to use system restore (see attachment).
 
Hope this solves your problem.
 
Thanks.
 
Anthony

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