In Windows 7, when user inserts a CD, DVD or Blu-Ray disc with content (which is not blank empty disc image to burn or write into) into the CD, DVD or Blu-Ray RW (rewritable) optical drive, a file named desktop.ini may be visible when user browses to the CD/DVD drive folder with Windows Explorer.
The desktop.ini file is placed under the “Files Ready to Be Written to the Disc” section. The desktop.ini file contains the following content:
[.ShellClassInfo]<br /> LocalizedResourceName=@%SystemRoot%\system32\shell32.dll,-21815
Users who have downloaded and installed Windows 7 Build 7057 may have noticed that a Notepad window will automatically open upon every system startup or reboot. The Notepad will open desktop.ini with the following text:
Obviously, it’s a ‘bug’ that a desktop.ini file been mistakenly been placed or created on a location where it should not. To fix the desktop.ini auto open on Windows 7 Build 7057 is pretty easy, just by removing and deleting the desktop.ini from the Startup folder, which Windows operating system loads on every boot up.