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    Autorun.inf Getting Windows Mediaplayer to play fullscreen

    I have been able to get MediaPlayer to autorun MPegs. Now does anyone know what the command prompts are to get it to play fullscreen. This is what I have used

    [autorun]
    open=winopen /max \movie.mpg

    Any insight is greatly appreciated

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    [autorun]
    open=mplayer2.exe /play /close /fullscreen \movie.mpg

    Include mplayer2.exe and the video in the root directory of the CD.

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    Thanks. I appreciate that. I'm using winopen.exe so that it works across platforms. I'm assuming the code you gave is the command prompt for the last version of Mediaplayer which is called mplayer2.exe. The current version is mp71.exe. So if a person has the latest version (mp71.exe), will the command prompt that references the older version still work?

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    Prince, you are truly a prince. I used your command prompt exacly. What is odd is that I had the last version of Mediaplayer installed, and then installed the latest version (mp71.exe) on top of it. I believe it still exists on the system. but this works regardless. I still have to test it on other systems however to see if it works on systems with only the latest version. but either way. Thanks again.


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