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Ext User(Dreamspinner3)
02-06-2007, 11:43 AM
It used to be that, when I'd put the compact flash card from my
digital camera into my card reader, Windows XP (all security updates
installed) would pop-up with a box that said, "Windows can perform the
same action each time you insert a disk or connect a device with this
kind of file: Pictures

What would you like to do?

Below is a box that used to show the different programs I could use to
open the files or the options to use Windows Explorer to view the
files on the disk.

Now that box is blank; nothing shows up in it. I can't figure out
why, either. Has anyone had this happen before? If so, how did you
fix it?

Thank you.
Kim/Dreamspinner3
Parrot Nannies of Minnesota Inc:
http://parrotnanniesmn.com/
Personal Homepage: http://members.tripod.com/dreamspinner3/

Ext User(Dreamspinner3)
02-06-2007, 12:13 PM
Actually, the autoplay feature on all drives for "pictures" is blank
without any options, while it isn't for"music" and the other file
types listed.

On Fri, 01 Jun 2007 20:39:42 -0500, Dreamspinner3
<dreamspinner3@gmx.net> wrote:

>It used to be that, when I'd put the compact flash card from my
>digital camera into my card reader, Windows XP (all security updates
>installed) would pop-up with a box that said, "Windows can perform the
>same action each time you insert a disk or connect a device with this
>kind of file: Pictures
>
>What would you like to do?
>
>Below is a box that used to show the different programs I could use to
>open the files or the options to use Windows Explorer to view the
>files on the disk.
>
>Now that box is blank; nothing shows up in it. I can't figure out
>why, either. Has anyone had this happen before? If so, how did you
>fix it?
>
>Thank you.
>Kim/Dreamspinner3
>Parrot Nannies of Minnesota Inc:
>http://parrotnanniesmn.com/
>Personal Homepage: http://members.tripod.com/dreamspinner3/

Kim/Dreamspinner3
Parrot Nannies of Minnesota Inc:
http://parrotnanniesmn.com/
Personal Homepage: http://members.tripod.com/dreamspinner3/

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