It used to work no problems. Change it to 0 (zero). once this has been done you can disconnect your i phone and plug it back in. After reboot try plugging in your iPhone again. weblink
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Thanks. sux that i probly have to do this everytime tho. Scott, I found the local group policy it was under administrative Templates/windows components/autoplay policies they are set as follows: Setting State Turn off Autoplay Not configured Don't set the always do Log in to post comments Anonymous Sun, 02/21/2010 - 03:30 Permalink I have tried it all and only I have tried it all and only your solution worked!!
Aaron DeVandry I want to know this as well. However, as previously stated by others, iTunes can see it just fine. THANK YOU! iPhone Pop Up on Windows XP: Windows XP: Disable Auto Play Pop Up for iPhone Plug In iPhone:First make sure your iPhone or iPod Touch is plugged into your computer and
Also, I have a different issue within Auto Play. Windows 10 Autoplay Does Not Work Let me know the results. -Sometimes Needs Help 0 #9 mccallum79 Posted 29 November 2009 - 02:33 PM mccallum79 Member Topic Starter Member 37 posts It's fixed! alex Reply John 9:24 AM December 4, 2009 Thanks, very helpful! After you go to all this trouble, don't double-click that autorun.inf file on the diskit can still run if you do.
Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic view publisher site I tried to download pics to a totally reset iphone and all of a sudden my PC could no longer see it but iTunes could. Autoplay Not Working For Iphone but i can access my iphone on itunes. Autoplay Not Working Windows 7 Hated that pop up thing.
If you have gpedit.msc, follow The Geek's instructions here in reverse: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto.....sb-drives/ Otherwise, look for a key, NoDriveTypeAutoRun in both HKLM and HKCU at the following path: \Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer Reports: · Posted http://sohohosting.net/not-work/autoplay-on-xp-not-working-for-usb.html Basem Khawaja November 7, 2011 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Stumbleupon Whatsapp Email Whenever I connect my iPhone 4 to the computer the Auto Play dialog box does not get detected, yet iPhone Your article solved my problem, somewhat indirectly. it was under portable devices as "Apple mobile USB something", i deleted this. Autoplay Repair Wizard
Thanks in advance. Thanks for the feedback. Log in to post comments Scotty Mon, 07/04/2011 - 04:46 Permalink No AutoPlay with iPhone Thanks Keith! check over here Second, there is a group policy that can be used to disable Autoplay.
Thanks. Dvd Autoplay Not Working Windows 10 I had to do a system restore about a week ago to fix a problem that was caused when I attempted to load a new printer. How do I run automatically run iTunes when I connect my iPod ?
sux thanks man! Thanks. Then restart the computer. Usb Autoplay Not Working Windows 7 pls help appreciate your big help.
when I did the command prompt it said, "shellhwdetection is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file" 0 #6 Sometimes needs help Posted 26 November Jul 3, 2012 8:58 PM Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post by randers4, randers4 Jul 3, 2012 9:00 PM in response to jmignacio Level 9 (62,915 points) Jul 3, What can I do to get Autoplay to recognize my iPhone so I can use the new Dropbox beta to upload photos & videos from it? 0 #14 pheb62 Posted 07 this content This brings back memories when Apple and Microsoft were still at war over the best operating system.
Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. All Rights Reserved. Please help I am tired of this problem. I am going to scan for hardware Nope, and cannot manually add driver either.
THANK YOU!!! Putting a DVD in the player nothing launches although I can access it via explorer the same goes for my usb connected card reader. Right click on it and then click "troubleshoot", then the computer should run a diagnostic then reinstall the driver for it. However, although it shows up in Windows Explorer just fine and I can access all of my photos and videos from that, Autoplay will not show up.I've check the Control Panel/Autoplay
Select the "Take no action" radial and then click the Apply button to save.