5 Replies Latest reply: Dec 4, 2008 1:15 PM by MaclessInAZ
Eggles Level 1 Level 1
yes, i went to the default page on the start menu in vista
yes, i went to the advanced preferences page in itunes
yes, i did the repair itunes thing in the vista control panel
yes, i used several different cd's

AND STILL, itunes will not play a cd, let alone import songs. Windows media player will though (though that won't automatically open either once i put a cd in)

at this point, i have to open windows media player, burn the songs to the hd, and then import them to itunes.


Dell, Windows Vista
  • ntproctor Level 1 Level 1
    I am having a similar problem. I just got my ipod last week and I've been importing my entire library of CD's (over 500) without a problem until today. When I put the CD in the computer itunes acts like its going to import the songs and doesn't do anything. It brings up the import screen and the orange circle just goes around and the CD never finishes.

    Can somebody help? I still have 400 cd's to go.
  • ntproctor Level 1 Level 1
    Oh, and I just installed itunes 8.0.2 earlier today. I was able to upload several CD's though before it quit working.
  • Eggles Level 1 Level 1
    actually, when I insert a CD, nothing happens. It doesn't even show up in itunes.
  • bodegabay Level 1 Level 1
    I have the exact same problem. Apple - Is anyone listening? Please help.
  • MaclessInAZ Level 1 Level 1
    Honestly, I wish Apple would release a "Basic" iTunes for those of us who don't have 3Gig iPhones, iTV, and iPod video players and we don't really need or want iTunes Genius (Like I'm an "iTunes idiot" or something), or quick links to the store for _songs we already have_ in our library.

    Anyone who wants to be able to download videos while they're driving and talking at the same time can have iTunes "Bloatware" edition, and for those of us who simply want to listen to, and occasionally burn or import songs, how about iTunes "It just works" edition?