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getting application not found when double clicking on dvd drive icon

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Gordon Campbell

#1
Hi all,

I am getting e / application not found when I double click on dvd drive
icon. This happens on every disk I have tried. Strangely enough if I leave a
dvd or cd in the drive and reboot it reads the disk.

Anyone else had this problem?

How do I fix this?

I am using Windows Vista Home Premium.

Thanks in advance,

Gordy
 

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Mark L. Ferguson

#2
Locate and click the following registry key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Protected Storage System Provider On
the Edit menu, click Permissions . Click the registry key for the user that
is currently logged on and ensure that Read and Full Control are both set to
Allow . Click the Advanced button, ensure that the user that is currently
logged on is selected, that Full Control is listed in the Permissions
column, and that This Key and Subkeys is listed in the Apply to column.
Click to select the Replace permission entries on all child objects with
entries shown here that apply to child objects check box. Click Apply , and
then click Yes when you receive a prompt to continue. Click OK , and then
click OK again

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Mark L. Ferguson

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"Gordon Campbell" <gordy2007@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:804D424C-B831-4F29-AFB5-80CE8F202789@xxxxxx

> Hi all,
>
> I am getting e / application not found when I double click on dvd drive
> icon. This happens on every disk I have tried. Strangely enough if I leave
> a dvd or cd in the drive and reboot it reads the disk.
>
> Anyone else had this problem?
>
> How do I fix this?
>
> I am using Windows Vista Home Premium.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Gordy
 

My Computer

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