When you use Windows Explorer (Explorer.exe) to examine the contents of a
disk drive, you see any of the following symptoms after you remove a disk
from the disk drive and insert a new disk:
- The right side of the Explorer window continues to display the
contents of the original disk.
- The right side of the Explorer window displays the contents of the
new disk, but the left side continues to display folders from
the original disk.
- After expanding the disk drive branch by double-clicking the branch
or by clicking the plus sign (+) to the left of the branch, the
left side of the Explorer window displays folders from both the
original disk and the new disk, and the right side continues to
display the contents of the original disk.
This problem may also occur with other types of removable media, such as
CD-ROM or Syquest drives.
On most computers, Windows Explorer is not automatically notified when the
disk in a disk drive changes.
The Auto Insert Notification
check box has been cleared in Device Manager, causing media changes not to be reported by the 32-bit CD-ROM driver.
After you remove a disk from a disk drive and insert a new disk, refresh
the Windows Explorer display by clicking Refresh
on the View
menu, or by pressing F5.
To enable Windows 95 to update CD-ROM directory listings when you are using
32-bit drivers, follow these steps to enable the Auto Insert Notification
- In Control Panel, double-click the System icon.
- On the Device Manager tab, double-click CD-ROM, and then double-click the installed CD-ROM device.
- On the Settings tab, click the Auto Insert Notification check box to select it.
- Click Close. When you are prompted to restart your computer,
Article ID: 132575 - Last Review: November 15, 2006 - Revision: 1.1
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