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itunes burning problem

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#1 jennysdad1987


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Posted 18 December 2009 - 10:29 PM

Hello! I have been burning cd's from my itunes for some time. All at once I'm getting error messages. Using same brand cd-r's, same everything. Any suggestions??? Thanks in advance!

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Posted 18 December 2009 - 10:46 PM

From: http://www.pc-library.com/errors/error-code/4900-0x1324/
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Error 4900 - Error Code 0x1324
Cannot burn an audio/video CD/DVD
Description of Error
The Error code 4900 appears when the user burns songs purchased from the iTunes Store to a backup DVD using iTunes for Windows and using a computer enabled with Windows Vista system. Among the causes of the error are incompatibility of the DVD recorder with iTunes, failure to install a Quicktime-compatible audio card, failure to install the latest Windows Service Pack update and failure to install needed software and hardware for extra iTunes features, such as AirPort Express with Air Tunes.

Doesn't seem like you're alone either, and not much help appears to be out there: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=1738710

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