|Well your answer is a lot like Microsoft, without the grammar.|
"While technically correct, it really wasn't very helpful."
WHAT do you have for CD burner software? Do you have Nero, or something else, and how new is it?
Did you open your CDRW software and look for an option to make a bootable disk?
What kind of situation do you have that you need to apply some patch, aparrently from DOS? (This just may not work, if you are using XP, anyhow.)
WHAT exactly are you trying to do?
Autorun and bootable are two differnt things. IF you've simply copied some driver you're trying to install to a CD, you don't need autorun in Whendoz. Just open your Explorer, right click the file, and see if there's an appropriate option, as in install.
Or, read the instructions with the hardware at hand on installing this driver, if that is what you are attempting.