Cheva 10:04 14 Jul 03

I want to add an autoexe to a CD-ROM that opens an HTML page on the disc - anybody know how to do this ?

  Jester2K II 10:10 14 Jul 03

This is from one of the many threads that asked this in the past... SC had the answer...

click here

  keith-236785 10:11 14 Jul 03

i would take a look at a pcadvisor cover disk and see how its done, i know its the autorun command but thats about it from me, i think it would be a case of changing the file name in Autorun

this is the autorun from August PCAdvisor


i would think that by changing the open=master to open=page1.html (change page1 to the name of your html file)


hope im right with this, if not someone else will surely help.

  Jester2K II 10:59 14 Jul 03

Doesn't work for HTML pages. Hence the progam in my posting.

  Pesala 21:13 14 Jul 03

This works:



  Pesala 21:15 14 Jul 03

I believe this must be the first file copied to the CD, but I'm not sure if this is necessary, as long as it is in the root directory.

  jazzypop 21:35 14 Jul 03

See also click here

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