Why isnt there imac 20" theres a 24" but not my 20" new imac my cd player on it , when i play cds ..the player is jumping like stopping/running slow..i am trying to import into itunes and its so slow, it shoudl be super fast, it is on some cds okay, thing is all my cds are in top condition, so it shouldnt do this.makes me wonder if the cd /burner is faulty in this one month old imac how can i know?????
You've most likely got something running that is competing with processing time for your player. i'd open up activity monitor and see what processes are highest on CPU % usage. the ones that look elective (not system-related), turn 'em off. turn off spotlight for a sec too. then test your import into itunes afterwards. is it still slow?
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It sounds pretty clear from this problem description that your optical drive has gone bad and requires replacement. If you have posted under the correct model type, you have an "Early '09" model iMac and thus this repair should be covered under warranty.
open the applications folder go to utilities folder open program called disk utility select the main disk in the list on the left and click repair disk permissions if that doesn't work please send me the error message
Hi, Sorry to hear you are having problems,
So, tell me is this a 17”, a 20” or a 24” iMac?
Have you ever opened or had this iMac opened by a technician ? If so, they may not have put it back together properly.
If not, this sounds like you might have to get in there and re-seat the optical drive.
are you handy and courageous or do you want to have someone else take care of it.
I should not be an expensive repair, no parts necessary, Apple service center should take care of this for about $150
Otherwise, take a look at this and maybe try it yourself:
Now I know, it's a Korean website, in Korean, but the list on the right hand side, has the take apart information you need.