Autoplay is the Windows feature that examines removable devices so that it could find the most suitable program to play or display the piece of content present there. However, sometimes the autoplay feature stops working and so we’ve made this guide to help all Windows users to fix this problem on their PCs.
How to fix the Autoplay not working issue on Windows 10?
Reset autoplay settings:
- Open control panel
- Then click on Autoplay
- Select the check box in autoplay settings that says Use autoplay for all media and devices
- Then click the Reset all defaults button
Check shell hardware detection service:
- Press Windows key + R key
- The RUN dialogue box will appear
- Type services.msc and click OK
- Now navigate to Shell Hardware Detection and open its properties by double clicking on it
- Next look for Startup type section and select automatic from drop down menu
- Simply click Start and Ok to save changes
Adjust notification settings:
- First, open the Settings app and head over to System section
- Then choose Notifications & actions from the menu
- Now scroll down to Get notifications from these senders section
- Look for Autoplay and enable it if it’s not
We hope that this guide was helpful in fixing the Autoplay issue then please leave your feedback in the comments section below. If not, then let us know what other method you used to fix it, it will help us create more resourceful guides in the future.