Manually Set Autoplay Defaults in Windows Vista

The autoplay menu can be a pain when you put a DVD in the drive and all you ever want to do is just play the movie. Or you may be bugged if you don’t want to copy CDs, but just want to listen to them every time. In this guide you’ll learn how to define and redefine your preferences for autoplay.

Set Autoplay Preferences

1. Press Start, type autoplay in the search bar and press Enter

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Select the preferences you want and then press Save

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