So I finally convince a friend to install iTunes on his windows machine, and after a lengthy download he installs it and really begins to enjoy it. However, when he tries to burn a CD, he gets "iTunes could not find burning sofware"? (or something similar) He woke me up early Sunday morning all excited and asking this question...LOL. He doesn't understand why it doesn't just burn the CD. He also has Roxio (free version) installed I believe. Does anyone here know if iTunes has a built in capability to burn CD's in Windows, or is there a setting one has to configure to allow a 3rd party burning application to take over? TIA<br>
wooww, the iTunes Support Page (for Macos X and WIndows) are great..., they are very nice.... I liked very much the "iTunes Tip of the Week"<br><br>cesar é um cara muito chato, por que ele sempre fica barulhando.
---- :) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
Me 2... it's especially helpful this week since most of us don't have any volume keys on our PC's and as a Mac user, that's the first thing I found missing! This should be pretty cool for windows itunes users.<br><br>
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