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BSPlayer and XP Autoplay Video Files - SOLVED!

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Ok, I've finally come with a successful way to have a working

Windows XP autoplay "play using BSPlayer" method. (we all know that

BSPlayer, unlike Winamp, doesn't do anything if you provide it a

driveletter as a command line argument, the famous %L variable).

So here's what you have to do:

1. Install bsplayer exactly like this (but replace bspath with your own path):

start /wait bspath\bsplayer100.812.exe /S /D=C:\Progra~1\BSPlayer >nul

(This is actually a silent install, but it is only important that BSPlayer is installed in C:\Program Files\BSPlayer)

2. Download this completely silent rar sfx archive...


3. ...and run it simply like this (replace bspath with your own path):

start /wait bspath\bst-autoplay.exe >nul

4. apply these registry settings:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

@="\"C:\\Program Files\\BSPlayer\\bst-briss.exe\" %L"

And that's it!

Now take some divx movie and test it by inserting the CD in any drive!

You can do the testing without reinstalling Windows, ofcourse...

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Thanks very much

i very often use BS player,

i like the DDR Skin from Thomas Radeke :)

I will try it with my next unattended Install.

Thanks in advance


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tnx but there is a problem you cant play vcd/svcd in bsplayer no plugins. i use Media player classic for this type of movies.

SVCD = .mpg .mpeg .dat

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ive made an inf that does exactly what the above reg file does, but except c:\program files isnt hard coded, your bsplayer.exe must be in %programfiles%\bsplayer\bsplayer.exe for it to work


signature = $CHICAGO$

AddReg = bsplayerAP

HKCR,"Bspl.Play\Shell\play\Command",,,"%16422%\BSPlayer\bsplayer.exe" "%L"

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