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    Describes a fix and a workaround for a problem in Windows XP where you can still access the CD-R/CD-RW drives after you enable the "Prevent access to drives from My Computer" Group Policy setting.
    Describes how to create an autorun CD-ROM using the Visual FoxPro Setup Wizard.
    When you have a computer with more than one CD-R or CD-RW disk drive, only one disk drive may enable you to create compact discs. If you click to select the check box for either the CD-R or CD-RW disk drive that is not enabled, the computer seems to...
    This article describes how to copy a CD-ROM when you are using Microsoft Windows XP. When you use Windows XP you can record a CD-ROM, but Windows XP does not have the user interface (UI) to enable you to copy another CD-ROM. To Copy a CD-ROM To copy a...
    When you attempt to play an audio CD-ROM, audio output may seem scratchy or distorted. This behavior can be caused by a slow read speed of the audio data from the CD-ROM drive. To resolve this behavior, enable Direct Memory Access (DMA) for your...
    Describes a problem where you may be prompted to restart your computer when you disable and re-enable a USB mass storage device.
    Fixes an issue in which you cannot enable the BitLocker Drive Encryption feature after you deny access to removable media by using Group Policy. This issue occurs on a computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2.
    This article describes how to enable Direct Memory Access (DMA) on your Windows 98-based, Windows 95-based or Windows Millennium Edition-based computer. DMA (also referred to as bus mastering) is a technique that some components and devices use to...
    Windows includes a registry-activated logging service to help diagnose Windows Installer issues. This article describes how to enable this logging service. Note The registry entry in this article is valid for all Windows operating systems.
    This article describes how to enable the Cardfile program in Microsoft Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Me). The Cardfile program was originally written for and included with Microsoft Windows 3.1 and 3.11. It is not enabled by...

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