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itunes question.....

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by ChargerMike, May 3, 2013.

  1. ChargerMike

    ChargerMike BoltBruthaFromAnuthMutha

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    Any tips for "importing" CD's faster???
    This s*** takes forever... even with my high-speed internet.
    Is there some kinda tweak I can do in the options or something??
     
  2. Lightning's Girl

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    Well, if you find out, let me know too, OK? It takes at least 3 minutes to import CDs to my iTunes, and about 5 to burn a CD from iTunes. Of course, my computer is 3 years old but I do have high-speed Internet.....I dunno.
     
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  3. Blue Bolt

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    What does internet speed have to do with importing CDs? The disc goes in the optical drive, not the modem. ;)
     
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  4. ChargerMike

    ChargerMike BoltBruthaFromAnuthMutha

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    Ok...thanks.
    I just thought "uploading" your discs to iTunes would require a "high speed" internet for a fast import...
    I think my computer just sucks....or somethings' wrong with my disk drive...because I'm getting alot of "glitching-chirping" during the uploads that show up on the final rip. I tried cleaning the laser eye, but it's still doing it.
    I've got another tower I'm gonna try. :cool:
     
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  6. Blue Bolt

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    Could be that the disc itself has dirt (or scratches), so the laser is having trouble reading the data. That's what those noises usually mean. Do you have a disc cleaning solution and a microfiber cloth? Both are good to have around to deal with dirty discs.
     
  7. ChargerMike

    ChargerMike BoltBruthaFromAnuthMutha

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    Yeah., all of my disc's are flawless.., I'm pretty anal when it come to my audio collection....they play perfectly in all of my other CD sources.
    I know it's the disk drive in the tower....I actually bought it cheap from this clown that was a heavy chain smoker. I had to take the case apart and internally clean the insides and circuit boards with a vacuum because they were coated pretty good with a brown ashtray smelling scum.....it's took me a couple hours, but she runs great other than the disk drive. I tried using a laser eye cleaner, but the freak'n disk drive won't read the cleaner disc....lol. :confused:
     
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    Yep, smoke is a killer for an optical drive. You can clean the laser eye by hand, with some disc cleaning solution and a cotton swab. Just be very gentle so you don't scratch the lens. With fluid on the tip, you should be fine though.
     
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