How To Remove The Folder AUTORUN.INFDec 20, 2009
hoe to remove the folder AUTORUN.INF
hoe to remove the folder AUTORUN.INF
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Someone in another thread posed Autorunner.exe, but it doesn't seem to do anything at all.
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While I understand and even agree with the reasoning, I was wondering whether there was a way (perhaps in the Group Policy editor, or some Registry hack) to override or bypass this?
I have just created a nice autorun feature to enable me to mount a TrueCrypt-encrypted container on my USB stick, but that no longer works in Windows 7. (Can't use BitLocker as I still need uncrypted access to the root of the drive in order for BitLocker to allow Windows 7 to start on my fully encrypted C:-drive).
I tried looking around on the net and here, but I wasn't able to find what I was looking for.
I want to put in a dvd and have dvdshrink lunch automatically. Anyone have ideas?
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robocopy /copyall /mir /xj D:Users C:Users
"Directories skipped: 51 Files failed: 1"
(Cmd interpreted my C: drive to be the D: drive and my target HDD to be C: in recovery mode)
robocopy /copyall /mir /xj D:Users C:Users
"Directories skipped: 2114 Files failed: 1"
Things I have tried:
1) Enabled hidden administrator logon and logged onto it.
2) Edited user permission for entire drive and set to 'full control'
3) verified the folder is not locked/in-use even deleted it and then restored
Still has the stupid 'read only' box checked when you hit Properties. I am updating Starcraft 2 and get a file creation error during patching. The read only setting is the only thing I can think to change other than full uninstall -> reinstall.
edit: Just tried doing it in elevated command prompt and the R flag for readonly is not present at all even looking all sub-folders with the /S switch. So apparently its not read only but explorer is noting it so in 'properties' ... very strange.
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I had a game setup in my pen mixed with a lot of other important things for the installation. I wanted to make an autorun file that would do the following:
1- you plug the pen;
2- the program would start immediately (without autoplay).
Let's say the file is named "setup.exe". I created the following autorun.inf: [autorun] open=setup.exe It didn't work.. probably because I am using windows 7. So, how do I create this?
Imagine I use Windows XP. Also imagine I had the setup.exe file in this location: F:/others/setup.exe I wanted to create an autorun that would start the setup.exe as soon as I plugged the pen in. How would the autorun.inf be like?
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Under the Scheduled Tasks tab there are many 'entries' that have no Description or Publisher and in the Image Path field has 'File not found'.
Can (or should) these 'entries' be deleted?
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How can I hide the Autoplay dialog from the autorun.inf file? I have a USB with two partitions: A bootable linux partition (recognized as a fake CD drive by windows) and the normal "Removable disk" partition, where I can store my files.
When I plug in my USB into any computer, I get two autoplay dialogs, which is very annoying. Is there any line I can put in Autorun.inf to disable the Autoplay dialog on the CD partition?
UseAutoplay=0 but it didn't work.
This website lists all autorun commands:Autorun.inf Entries
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