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How to get cd text on itunes

Whenever I insert a cd itunes just shoes the track number and not the actual name of the song. How do I get the cd text to come up again? That way I don't have to keep inserting the text myself every time.

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    Mike Oct 21, 2008

    agreed help would be appreciated

  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    same problem with cds that you make on itunes

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If its a burned cd disk then you have to keep changing the names manually by clciking on them then typing the title in but if it is a brought cd from a shop then i dont know why you would have that problem.

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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