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Every time when plug movable disk to USB interface, it would auto play, especially when movable disk has many partitions, you’d have to close it one by one, what a trouble! How to solve this problem? Next let’s introduce few ways to close movable disk or U-disk AutoRun for your reference.
1. Disable Group Policy
Before when Worm.WhBoy was popular, there’s way popular on Internet about using Group Policy to close movable disk or U-disk AutoRun function. Here’s the specific detail: click “Start”—“Run”, on the “Run” dialog, enter “gpedit.msc”, click “OK” button to open “Group Policy” window. On the left pane of “Local computer policies” window, expand “Computer configuration—Administrative template—System”, and then on the right side pane “Setup” title, double click “Close AutoRun”. Click “Setup” option card, choose “Enabled” checkbox, then in “Disable AutoRun” option, click “All drives”, click “OK” button. At last, close Group Policy window.
2. Disable service
Right click on “My Computer” and choose “Manage”, on the opened “Computer Management” window, find “Service and application—service”, then on the right side pane, find the service “Shell Hardware Detection”, the

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