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iTunes 1.1/QueFire CDRW=Not
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Feb 22, 2001, 01:38 AM
Well, I just downloaded and installed iTunes 1.1 to burn an audio CD with my Apple approved and tested QPS QueFire Firewire CDRW (Plextor Model: PX-W1210A), and it work recognize the burner. I have also tried a MacOS 9.1 base extension set with iTunes extensions turned on and it still does not work.

Any advice?

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Feb 22, 2001, 02:10 AM
I have the same problem, except that I have a supported Que USB drive with one of the Mitsumi drive mechanisms. I tried everything I could think of. Maybe you'll have some luck with what I've tried. I installed Mac OS 9.1, it says it's required for burning with 3rd party. Turned off my other CD burning software extentions, in case of a conflict. Made sure I installed the USB authoring extension. But, it still doesn't work.

Anyone out there know how to fix this problem?
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Feb 22, 2001, 02:18 AM
I have a QPS QueFire 8x4x32x CDRW. How do you know what the drive mechanism is?

At anyrate, mine doesn't work either. I'm running OS9 though as I haven't been able to install 9.1 for some very bizarre reason.

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Feb 22, 2001, 03:28 AM
I must be lucky. My Que! Fire 8x4x32 works great with iTunes. I think I have a Plextor drive but am not sure. I have over 1400 Mp3's so far stored with iTunes and now it will be easy to make Cd's for my car.

One drawback is that Toast wont work now but I assume a fix will be out soon. I can always use Conflict Catcher to boot with the extensions off for iTunes and it should work. I am very pleased with it. Not the greatest but it is totally free. All in all I think Apple is gonna finally kick some PC butt
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