Can win2000 support usb cdrom autorun function?


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mike han

I have a Usb harddisk box, and I install a CDROM in it, when I insert a CD
with autorun.inf and related executable file and icon,the executable file
can be executed autometically in WinXP. But in Win2000, the CDROM can be
accessd, but the executable file can't be executedautometically. Why?

Please tell me the reason, my dear friend, thank you very much.
 
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Guest

mike han said:
I have a Usb harddisk box, and I install a CDROM in it, when I insert a CD
with autorun.inf and related executable file and icon,the executable file
can be executed autometically in WinXP. But in Win2000, the CDROM can be
accessd, but the executable file can't be executedautometically. Why?

Please tell me the reason, my dear friend, thank you very much.
This is because starting from XP autorun works in a different way.
For details see MSDN documentation.
So, nothing is wrong with your usb box.

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mike han

Thank you very much Pavel, I don't care whether my usb box is right on not,
I want to study USB autorun problems, and I test the USB box to analysis it,
but on Win2000, the usb box can't be autorun if it inserted cdrom, I don't
know whether the Win2000 don't support it or my mothed is error, Please tell
me,thank you very much.
 
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Jimmy Lam

It depends what the driver supports ! call the vendor for support.

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I hope all the above can help, please don't hestitate to leave me a message
if it doesn't work or your problem is still not be solved.

Thank you very much for your involvement in this forum !

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Jimmy Lam
Master Instructor of MOS 2000

MCP, MCP+I, MCSE+I, MCSE NT/2000, MCDBA 7.0/2000

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mike han

Thank you very much Jimmy Lam, I will contract with the vender or replace
usb box to test.
 
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ɵ×Ó

1st, win 2000 support autorun.inf
2nd, it may take much more time than XP to run the executable file
 
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