4772 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 30, 2007 4:31 AM by imianwilliams
Hi Ian Williams
When you click the cd icon on the desktop, what kind of file it shows on the finder windows?
Is it like musical note icon with file name track 1 , track 2, etc?
Try to click one of them and see if it will play automatically on iTunes.
Does it happen only for specific cd or all of your cd.
On iTunes preference > Advanced > Importing > choose "show CD" on CD Insert section.
On system preference CDs & DVDs > when you insert a music cd > Open iTunes.
Repair permission might help your problem too.
I had already checked everything on your list, apart from System Preferences.
...unfortunately, that was already set correctly. So that isn't the problem either.
When I click on a CD track icon in the Finder window, it launches iTunes, attempts to pull the CD info from Gracenote, then stops. The CD doesn't play, ot show up in iTunes.
CD file names seem to be ok as well. (They're aiff's, with file names in the format of "1 Audio Track" etc).
I've also tried creating another user account, & that shows exactly the same symptoms.