June 14, 2010
I have read several forums about people having problems with the Autoplay feature on Vista, and 7. A close friend of mine and I just recently had the same dilemma, so I started researching to find solutions. My friend Jilder, said that everyone in the forums were saying it was a virus, so he ran Malwarebytes to try and remove it. With no luck, he removed the hard drive and ran it as an external hdd. Finally, the last resort was to format the computer (which resolved the issue...lol). A couple of days later, I stumbled across a website which had the solution that Jilder and I so desperately sought; therefore, I decided to share it with everyone. First and foremost, make sure you create a restore point in case you mess up, because then you can revert any changes made. To do this, go to My Properties in My Computer, then go to system protection on your left pane, then click on create. Now we can get to fixing your computer.
Go to the start menu and type gpedit.msc
A dialogue box will come up then you need to click on computer configuration===>then Administrative Templates===>then windows components===>then Autoplay policies.
This dialogue box will appear after you double click on autoplay policies. At the top left, make sure the "Turn off Autoplay" isDisabled, then click apply and ok.
After you've followed these steps, restart your computer so the changes can take place. Then test out a removable device, and the autoplay dialogue box should appear.
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Posted by Jesse at 8:33 AM
The wait was over last Friday, as I was eagerly waiting for these high performance headphones. They sound so loud and clear when inserted in the ear, but very low to people sitting next to you. They come with a nice carrying case and several ear buds in different sizes, in addition to this nice little box. I've never owned any headphones with the qualities that these have. The Diddy Beats take your listening experience to the next level. My favorite aspect was the microphone which is on the cable below the left ear. It enables me to use it with my blackberry because I hate using bluetooth headsets. On the mic compartment there's also the volume control, as well as the play/pause (middle) button. The cables used on the hp are supposed to be tangle-free, but I think it's inevitable for the cables to not get tangled.
Posted by Jesse at 6:32 AM