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Lery
19.07.2005, 20:43
I have done a few searches on the forums and found a few fixes but unfortunately they do not work for me or do not apply to me.

I installed the latest version of Daemon Tools yesterday. Everything went great for what I needed.

I received a new burner today NEC ND3520A. This was to replace my old burner which failed on me.

I installed that today and then after installing it removed Daemon Tools.

I searched the forums for the removal tips to make sure everything was done right. I have nothing relating to Daemon in my registry. I do not see the drivers in the system/drivers directory. Nothing in device manager listed either.

So it seems from what I can tell the software is truly gone.

However, like has been posted previously I am unable to burn with I-Tunes. It was suggested and it seemed like it worked for some other users to rename the Daemon default virtual CD-ROM from Generic CD-ROM to some thing like Panasonic. However, in my situation the software is no longer installed on my PC.

I can burn with Roxio and other applications just not I-Tunes.

Any ideas of where to begin to look or any help would be greatly appreciated.

-Lery

NetSoerfer
19.07.2005, 23:25
Do you have Alcohol 120% installed?

Lery
20.07.2005, 00:20
Nope I do not have Alcohol 120% installed. I tried to install it yesterday but could not get it installed after I installed Daemon Tools.

-Lery

Underheaven
22.07.2005, 04:25
Apple has a help section on their website.

Main link (http://www.apple.com/support/itunes/windows/)

Article # 93359 (http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=93359)(How to tell if you have a drive that can burn a CD)
Article # 93360 (http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=93360)You're unable to burn a CD in iTunes for Windows
Article # 93286 (http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=93286)Additional troubleshooting for burning issues

Optical Drive Diagnostics & Troubleshooting (http://www.apple.com/support/itunes/windows/cddiagnostics/) that page has a form for submitting an issue to apple without a guaranteed reply.

Music Store Customer Support (http://www.apple.com/support/itunes/windows/download.html) this page has a guaranteed reply within 72 hours if you claim you are burning a song you've purchased for $0.99 from the music store. If you've never bought a song, $0.99 sounds pretty cheap for unlimited tech support on this issue.

And lastly here is Apple's forum: http://discussions.info.apple.com

Underheaven
22.07.2005, 04:54
However, like has been posted previously I am unable to burn with I-Tunes.
I do not have Alcohol 120% (http://trial.alcohol-soft.com/en/download_120.php) installed. I tried to install it yesterday but could not get it installedI was just wondering (so that someone would be able to help you further), do you have any error messages that go along with these problems?

Lery
22.07.2005, 12:53
This ended up being related to some piece of junk software that got installed with my new burner. I uninstalled that software and it's working fine now. It was some backup software that came with it called Nova Backup.

Underheaven
23.07.2005, 07:10
Thanks for letting everyone know, I'm glad you solved it!