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Sure, you can't do that on a Mac with OS X. This is a safety feature.
You can set up your CD so that it will open as you like and show only
the Mac projector. You can get a nifty shareware app to that here:
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Rob thanks for your prompt reply...however I am having troubles with your link. It's taking me to an idisk.mac.com site and is asking me for a user name and password but I don't have a user name and password. What should I do?
When we're making a custom hybrid cd-rom, we author the director content on the PC, publishing the EXE and OSX.HQX.
Then go to the mac and extract the OSX from the HQX. Then use DMG Maker to create the HFS partition... when you create this, you can specify "auto-open" to be "On". Then use troast to burn - you can drag on the windows files for the ISO partition, and use the DMG you just made as your HFS partition.
Hope that helps - as someone said already, there is no way for the mac to autorun an app when a CD is inserted, but "auto-open" will make a window pop up with the CD's contents.