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iTunes won't back up my Purchases to a disk


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Hi, I would like to back up my purchased music and t.v. shows to a disk, my dvd/cd drive burner is working perfectly, yet iTunes says , "Disk Burner or Software not found.". What shall I do? I would very much like some help.
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Hope this helps.

A warning about iTunes, backups, and bought music
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That didn't help much, any one else?
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You could set up a burn folder and manually drag albums on it and burn using the finder, or use the open source burn app

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I would like to but I would much prefer using iTunes, and I would like to burn within iTunes in the future to!
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