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Use an unsupported burner in iTunes (Iomega?)
Authored by: tomgreen33 on Mar 21, '03 07:00:20PM

I came across this topic and wondered if someone knew if it would apply to me as well. I have an Iomega USB 2 16x10x40 CD-RW drive and it works fine with Toast, but isn't recognized by iTunes. I'm running Mac OSX 10.2.3 with a 400 MHz PowerPC G3 processor. I haven't looked lately to see if there is a driver or something that might help. Otherwise what would I have to do to it so it is supported? (It seems like when I was running on 9.x on a beige G3 and had a USB 2 card installed, I was able to burn with iTunes. But after using Hotburn and Roxio sortly after, I wasn't able to use iTunes to burn. Likely due to extension difficulties.) So hopefully someone can help me and the solution won't potentially screw anything up. Thanks a lot.



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Use an unsupported burner in iTunes (Iomega?)
Authored by: MrMur on Jul 30, '03 05:53:14PM

I was told that the Iomega 16x10x40 was not supported by OSX, even though the manual say it is by OSX natural drivers.



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