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About Us Community Standards Contact Us Mac OS X Hints Ad Choices Digital Edition Customer Service Newsletters Magazines, eBooks & Apps Privacy Policy RSS Terms of Service Agreement E-commerce Affiliate Relationships Now, one downside to AIFF is that it’s a lot larger than compressed audio, such as the AAC format that Apple uses. MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. Disk spins up as the burn process begins but it doesn't make the same noise as when a successful burn begins. check over here

Privacy / DMCA contact / Affiliate and FTC Disclosure Fixed | Fluid | Fluid HD Canada #2 nisaba said: ↑ Perhaps I've missed the changes in itunes lately, but we are suddenly unable to burn a disc from our itunes library. Since it's 2 different machines, I'll agree with Danksi. iTunes will successfully complete the burn using the a previously failed disk, so don't toss them away.

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I use itunes 7.3.1 on my PowerBook G4 and my husband uses 7.1.1 on his PBG4 (he no longer wants to update because he likes it as it is), but maybe I am having limited success with TDK, but that sometimes requires multiple attempts. The error message reads: "attempt to burn disc failed.

Your cache administrator is webmaster. It's working for me now, but I haven't tried any other speeds). We give you the scoop on what's new, what's best and how to make the most out of the products you love. Itunes Error 13014 Subscribe ▲ Learn more about Macworld's Digital Edition    🔎 Home News Reviews How-To Video Macs iPhone/iPad OS X iOS Apps Accessories Business Entertainment

share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Danksi, Jul 30, 2007 Danksi macrumors 68000 Joined: Oct 3, 2005 Location: Nelson, BC. Itunes Error 8364 Try going to Preferences>Advanced>Burning> and then switch from "Maximum speed" to something slower, (4X is what was recommended on the other site. How-To Videos A low-tech way to avoid NSA spying View more Macworld videos »