Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
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1. Download, install and run "Ccleaner"; a handy little temp file and registry cleaner/organizer. On many occassions, after running it, goofy messages disappear having been a result of faulty registry entries or deletions built up over time.
2. Open Roxio and go to help> updates, and download and install any updates that are available.
3. Open iTunes and go to help. updates and do the same.
4. If you still see the message at this point, go to the control panel> programs, and uninstall Roxio. After restarting your computer, the message should be gone for sure. If you have the install disc for Roxio that came with your Dell, simply re-install it. If not, use Media Player to do your burning with, or any other of a vast number of free DVD/CD burners that can be easily downloaded and installed.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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