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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:
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 option:
Article ID: 132575 - Last Review: November 15, 2006 - Revision: 1.1
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