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1654 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 2, 2008 10:09 PM by blackjackmark
I am having the same problem and it's driving me crazy. I have tried to reinstall quicktime and itunes and this has not helped - and I have a stack of wasted CD's to show for it all.
I have read that this is related to recent itunes updates, which doesn't surprise me since if have not changed anything but allow the most recent updates.
Please help, and try and keep it simple. I am a novice and don't want to touch any files, registry's, etc...Windows 2000
I'm having the same problem trying to create backup DVD-Rs on a Dell XPS 420 with HP disks. I changed the burn speed to 4x to see if that would help and got the same problem. I can burn these discs with other data so it does not seem to be a disk problem.Dell XPS 420, Windows Vista
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 2, 2008 10:09 PM (in response to blackjackmark)I finally got it to work. I burned another coaster, and then it dawned on me that the point at which it seemed to fail was after maneuvering AWAY from iTunes for awhile (like to the browser or email client) then BACK to iTunes. Once I just let the process/burner run and not navigate away from iTunes, I had success!Dell XPS 420, Windows Vista