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When I insert the memory card from my digital camera I want to start Autorun becouse I want to start copying the pictures automatically just like when I plug the USB-cable from the camera.Is there a trick to make the autorun for the sd-card to auto start?

p.s. I use Windows 7 on HP 4510s

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not familiar with this model, but i suppose the culprit is some HP memory card management software that is controlling the card reader in your printer and not Windows, you may disable this program (e.g. via Autoruns).

i suppose Autostart is not disabled globally as it kicks in when you connect the camera via USB.

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did your sd-card start automatically? – kvizii Jan 9 '10 at 16:57
    
i'm using a a little gadget like this and Autostart works just fine for all my SD(HC) cards. – Molly7244 Jan 9 '10 at 16:59
    
but I use all usb ports every day and I want to use the memory cards port just like my old Sony Vaio laptop.This was not a problem on the Vaio – kvizii Jan 9 '10 at 17:01
    
as i said, there might my some HP Card Reader management software controlling card reader. can you post a screenshot of your task manager with all running processes? – Molly7244 Jan 9 '10 at 17:07
    
here is it: i568.photobucket.com/albums/ss127/ZlateWay/Capture.jpg and there is 3 more processes: ccc.exe --> Catalyst Control Center:Host Application; BTTray.exe --> Bluetooth Tray Application; atieclxx.exe – kvizii Jan 9 '10 at 17:24

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