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Solved: Burner not working after upgrade.

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Norreb01, Aug 1, 2006.

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  1. Norreb01

    Norreb01 Thread Starter

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    Hello. Recently I upgraded my iTunes player so I could use my iPod properly. In order to upgrade iTunes I learned that I must first upgrade to SP2. After I upgraded to both the new iTunes and SP2, I can no longer burn audio or data cds. I have went through my device manager and it says everything is working okay? Can anyone help? :(
     
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  3. emoxley

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    If part of it works ok, the device manager will say it's ok. The burner probably plays cds ok?
    In your device manager, right click on your burner, and click "Uninstall". After it uninstalls, reboot, and let Windows detect new hardware, and install a new driver for you. SP2 probably wasn't compatable with the old driver, for burning.
    Good luck!
     
  4. Norreb01

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    emoxley, thank you so much for your help. That was the quickest and easiest little fix. It sure did the job. Thanks again from my whole family. We now can put our pictures onto discs. :)
     
  5. emoxley

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    Glad it worked for you. That will fix quite a few problems, with different parts.
    I appreciate you letting us know that it worked. A lot of folks get the suggestions, and you don't hear from them again.
     
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