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Conflict with iTunes and Alcohol 120%

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#1 trouble at mill

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Posted 01 January 2013 - 02:40 PM

Hello, The other day I installed iTunes on my laptop, no problems there, but later when I tried to run a dvd it would not run, and while checking in device manager I noticed a code 19 error on the DVD drive. I deleted the upper and lower filters from the registry as is the norm for a code 19 error and restarted my system, I could now see the cd/dvd drive in 'my computer' and it worked fine, but the cause of this was bugging me so I checked my recent activity over the last couple of days and realized that it could only have been a problem relating to the iTunes download, and, sure enough if I try to run iTunes I get the message "The registry settings used by the iTunes drivers for importing and burning CDs and DVDs are missing, this can happen as a result of installing other CD burning software. Please re-install iTunes, my default cd/dvd burning software is Alcohol 120% and is my preferred choice, I am now wondering how I can run iTunes without the same problem re-occuring?. Any ideas!.

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:27 PM

Can't you simply tell your preferred program to be the default? Also tell iTunes not to do anything when CD/DVD's are inserted? I am pretty sure that iTunes has this option. I would try a full reinstall of iTunes to make sure it is fully functional and then make the proper selections in associations or preferences for each program.
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