Everything I have tried is below. When I put a CD in the computer, or plug in a USB flash drive, I don't get a window asking me what I want to do (play music, open folder to view files, nothing, etc.) I tested the USB drive on my other computer, and I get the dialog. The devices show up in My Computer. If I right click and select properties, auto-play is enabled for all file types. Microsoft suggestions tried: http /support.microsoft.com/kb/330135 1. Roxio Easy CD Creator is not installed. 2. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\CDRom Autorun = 1 3. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies \Explorer NoDriveTypeAutoRun = 91 4. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion \Winlogon allocatecdroms = 0 5. The ASUS DRW-014L1T cd/dvd drive has the latest drivers, and is compatible with XP. Microsoft autoplay repair wizard: http /www.microsoft.com/downloads/ details.aspx?familyid=c680a7b6-e8fa-45c4- a171-1b389cfacdad&displaylang=en#Instructions 1. Downloaded and ran autofix - if reported a repair, and said to reboot. No change. Ran tool again, now it says it already ran, and I need to log on/off before running it again. I logged off/on and also rebooted several times, and I still get this message. THIS TOOL IS BUGGY! Googled suggestions not redundant with the above - The Microsoft tool APPMDiag is supposed to do a postmortem report on it's last autoplay when you remove a device - nothing appears in the window when I take out a USB flash drive or a music CD. Running gpedit.msc (to open the Group Policy window) : 1. Local computer policy - User configuration - Administrative templates - System - Turn off autoplay = disabled 2. Local computer policy - Computer configuration - Administrative templates - System - Turn off autoplay = disabled Any other ideas?