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AlanDunne
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« on: April 09, 2007, 03:05:15 PM »

I am on Windows XP pro SP2. Does anyone know how to make IIP automatically start, but not auto ingest, when I plug my CF ard into my card reader? Ever since I installed Lightroom it automatically starts up when I plug in the CF card and I cannot seem to stop it in spite of turning of the preference to "do nothing" when I insert a card. I do not want to use Lightroom at this stage of my workflow, at least not yet.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

Cheers ... Alan
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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2007, 04:17:18 PM »

Alan, your Subject Line says IIP but your message talks about LR. If LR is the one starting up, is the Adobe Downloader icon showing in your System Tray? If so, right click on it, disable, and see if this works. If it does then here is how to remove it according to "LightRoom Extras"  This worked for me.

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"Lightroom opens automatically
 
Using Windows XP, Lightroom opens automatically whenever I put in a USB Flash drive or turn on my scanner.
 
Try disabling the Adobe Downloader app. It is probably calling LR thinking you want to pass images to it.
 
 
How to disable the Adobe Downloader (Windows)
 
1) In msconfig remove the tick from apdproxy, then reboot. You may need to do this twice.
 
2) You can remove Adobe downloader from the Registry auto run with a utility like msconfig or Autoruns, but it may be added again the next time you start Lightroom.
For definitive removal, you need to go to Lightroom, Edit / Preferences / File Management and in 'When a memory card is detected:' drop down list
select 'Do nothing' and Adobe Photo Downloader(apdproxy) will be gone for good.
 
3)  Another option is, right click on the Adobe Photo Downloader icon in the system tray next to your clock and click "Disable". 
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« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2007, 05:28:16 PM »

Alan--

I think you set the startup options for a device by right clicking on the device in Windows Explorer and selecting the AutoPlay tab (I might not have the name of the tab quite right).

--Marc
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