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    Restoring AutoPlay on Windows Vista for transferring photos from SD Card

    After performing a restore on my PC running on Windows Vista, I have lost the ‘AutoPlay’ option. Due to that, I am not able to download photos on SD card into my PC. How can I get that option back?



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    expert Array
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    Re: Restoring AutoPlay on Windows Vista for transferring photos from SD Card

    The first step required is to click the ‘Start’ button and wait until the start menu pop up on the screen. Navigate through the start menu afterwards and select ‘Control Panel’ option. Then, click the ‘Hardware and Sound’ option visible on the screen. You can then open the AutoPlay settings by clicking on the ‘AutoPlay’ button. Click on the check box appears next to ‘Use AutoPlay for all media and devices’ option until you can see a check mark inside the box. After that, choose the media under ‘Media’ label for which you want to turn on the ‘AutoPlay’. Finally, click the ‘Save’ button for saving the changes made on the system.

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    Re: Restoring AutoPlay on Windows Vista for transferring photos from SD Card

    DEAR FRIEND,


    To restore the Auto play option ....follow the given procedure

    click the start menu and open the run or press windows key+r

    then type gpedit.msc in the run box and press ENTER key

    after that click and expand the Administrative templates under the computer configuration

    then double click on the windows components

    after double click on the auto play policies

    after double click on the Turn off auto play short cut

    then select the Disable option and click OK button


    ALL THE BEST....


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    ghanathey swetha Array
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    Re: Restoring AutoPlay on Windows Vista for transferring photos from SD Card

    Hi.
    Follow the below steps:
    a. Open AutoPlay by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Hardware and Sound, and then clicking AutoPlay.b. Do one of the following:
    > To turn AutoPlay on, select the Use AutoPlay for all media and devices check box.
    c. Under Media, find the type of media that you want to change the AutoPlay setting for.
    d. Click the action that you want AutoPlay to take when you insert that type of media into your computer.
    e. Click Save.

    Thank you.

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