Re: [NTO] Files to CD-R
- Jeff Scism wrote:
> Ok I made a CD-r with the autorun.inf file ( contains:Jeff,
> and it doesn't "autorun"
> It seems something should be telling the CD reader to execute the
> Autorun process
> (Index.html IS in the same directory as teh autorun.inf, the Cd's root
Try creating a new autorun.inf using "open=filename.exe" as below. I
don't know if "open=filename.html" will work but, it won't cost much to
- The "Open Filename.exe" comes back as a "Not a valid Win32 application"
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- Hi Harvey, Jeff, Others...
I tried that (open=index.htm) one back on my Win98 machine to
open with an index.htm years back and it didn't work. I believe
that is when I also tried the shellexecute=index.htm which didn't
work either on Win98. But, you are correct that it doesn't cost
I look for specials all the time on pricewatch.com and eBay. With
shipping costs I can usually get 100 bulk pack of blank CD-R (no
branding such as manufacturers name on the CD) for $.20-$0.25 a
CD-R. (Grade A quality 48-52x silver on blue or silver on silver
which is actually silver on green) I also like to buy other
shipping or label supplies in the same order to save on shipping
costs. Normally you can add other items in the order for pennies
more in shipping, if anything whereas if you order them
separately there seems to be like a minimum shipping cost. So,
separately you might pay $5.95 for 100 CD labels, but if added in
with say 100 blank CD-R there might be a charge or $0.00-$1.00 or
so more. It really pays to shop around for CD-R duplication
products: media, labels, inserts, cases, mailers, etc. When doing
so on eBay.com or PriceWatch.com pay attention the the Feedback
given to the company. Not all negative feedback is justifiable
either, IMO. Also, before ordering, make sure you check out
shipping charges and prices on other products from the same
company/seller. You'll nearly always come out better buying from
the same company if you can find one that have good prices all
the way across the board and not just on their special.
This is the accepted format for all Windows OS'.
I don't think it is a legitimate command:
I believe that this is for Win2000 and above:
>> Ok I made a CD-r with the autorun.inf file ( contains:bcnu,
>> and it doesn't "autorun"
>> (Index.html IS in the same directory as teh autorun.inf, the Cd's root
>Try creating a new autorun.inf using "open=filename.exe" as
>below. I don't know if "open=filename.html" will work but, it
>won't cost much to try it.
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