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I wonder if anyone can help me.

When I try to rip or burn a CD in Windows media player, or I try to make a guest CD in Pacasa2 I get a message " no recordable drives detected"

I have recently installed itunes when I got an ipod. When I start itunes I get the message "The registry setting 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 reinstall itunes"

I have not installed any other CD burning software. I am still able to rip and burn CDs from itunes.

Do I need to reinstall itunes? and if I do will I need to reinstall all the music on the ipod, or will the ipod download the music back to itunes.

Thank you in advance for any help.

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As far as I know, reinstalling the application would be best. iTunes functions as an interface that allows you to access music you already have, so uninstalling it would only remove the program itself, rather than the music.

Just simply "Repair" iTunes through "Add/Remove Programs."

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