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Missing drivers iTunes Driver Missing I get the following pop-up: "Warning: The registry settings used by the iTunes driver for importing and burning CD's and DVD's are missing. This can happen as a result of installing other CD burning software. Please re-install iTunes" I went to the control panel and clicked the "re-install/repair iTunes" numerous times as instructed and still nothing. I completely removed all apple programs and re-installed with the smae response. The itunes will play cd from the drive and from the saved music libary. When I run a dianogast test it says I don't have a recorded CD in -- Which I do and it will play it. I did recently install new cd/dvd unit as my orignal one broke and it will burn disc from all of the other progams I use. I've always used iTunes without a proablem. I 'm so lost so any suggestions would be great. My version of itunes is 9.0.2.25 Your guidance and help would be appericated, Gary

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1. Go to your manufactor's website.
2. There should be a search bar on the top of there website.
3. click in the search bar and enter your model number of the
computer or you can enter hardware model.
4. After you hit you come accross to technical support page click on
that.
5. There should be a word pertaining drivers click on that.
6. Finally, click download and download the correct version of driver for
your windows.

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