The uninstallation of MMJB causes the AudioCD registry key to be deleted.
Thus making it impossible for any other player to become the default autoplayer.
This is a known fact about MMJB and they don't even try to deny it.
Pure evil . . . pure shite! I'm not surprised you never used it!
As ethan said, goto: Folder Options -> File Types
If the AudioCD entry is still there, then you're in luck.
However, I've a very strong feeling that it won't be
Seeing AudioCD doesn't have an extension (like MP3, WAV, EXE, JPG, etc), you cannot simply click the NEW button to recreate it.
The easiest way to solve the problem is:
1) Add/Remove Programs Control Panel -> Windows SetUp tab
2) Hi-lite: Multimedia Components, click "Details"
3) Uncheck: CD Player -> Okay -> Okay (thus removing CD Player)
4) Close Add/Remove Programs CPL
5) Repeat steps 1-2
6) Checkmark: CD Player
7) Okay everything & reboot
8) Winamp -> Prefs (Ctrl+P) -> File Types: checkmark "Associate with Audio CD"
If this doesn't fix the problem, then the only other way to recreate the AudioCD key is by editing the registry. Details of how to do this can be found here:
If you're not comfortable with using RegEdit, then let me know & I'll knock you up an auto RegFix.
Warning: Manually editing the registry is not recommended unless you are both fully experienced and qualified.
Further autorun help/tips = here:
[Edited by DJEgg on 06-28-2001 at 08:48 PM]