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Old 12-21-2007
Icky
 

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iTunes Warning on Start-Up

When I open my copy of iTunes, this message always pops up:

"iTunes has not been installed properly. If you want to burn CDs or
DVDs, you'll have to reinstall iTunes."

Is this a common problem with Vista users? Any suggestions as to
alleviate it?

Thanks.


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Old 12-21-2007
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RE: iTunes Warning on Start-Up
Hi, I posted the same problem on December 19 and got a reply from Andre
DeCosta - His answer directed me to a link and it worked. See my posting with
the subject line CD Burning with iTunes dated December 19.

"Icky" wrote:

>
> When I open my copy of iTunes, this message always pops up:
>
> "iTunes has not been installed properly. If you want to burn CDs or
> DVDs, you'll have to reinstall iTunes."
>
> Is this a common problem with Vista users? Any suggestions as to
> alleviate it?
>
> Thanks.
>
>
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>

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Old 12-21-2007
Icky
 

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Re: iTunes Warning on Start-Up

Thanks!


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Old 12-21-2007
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Re: iTunes Warning on Start-Up

You can just do a google search and get directed to a website with the
correct driver to prevent itunes from giving that warning.


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