Originally Posted by gtfoltz
I thought you could turn of auto-play for the Optical drive itself? Just right click on the drive, select properties, then the Autoplay tab, then select "Take No Action". Don't have AnyDVD here at work or an ISO-mounting tool, but maybe it would have a similar setting in the OS since it is an ODD as far as it's concerned?
Just a question? Why on earth are you mounting a movie ISO if you don't
want to watch it???
I don't want it to play the Blu-Ray when I insert the disc because sometimes I am just going to rip it. I have a quick button on my remote to play the movie so I really don't want it to do anything.
When I insert the actual DVD today it actually opens both PDVD7 and PDVD8 at the same time. I know I could just uninstall PDVD 7 but I really want to compare the DTS_MA decoding in 8 to that of PDVD 7 before I uninstall 7.
Sometimes I will mount 4 movies at a time so that I can quickly switch between them. It is a pain if it opens the movie in PDVD every time I mount an .iso.
Where exactly is the autoplay setting in the software. I could not find it.
Also it seems like daemon tools or ANYDVDHD is the program that autoplays the .iso file. Is there a way to disable the autoplay in those programs?