Best Way To Fix ITunes Won’t Burn Error 4000
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You may be facing an error that itunes cannot burn a disc with error 4000. There are several ways to fix this problem. We will return to this shortly. error is an undocumented (at least not publicly documented) error policy. This means that the connection between the device and iTunes was undoubtedly lost during synchronization or even while data was being processed. In the past, this could be caused by a USB port, a faulty antivirus program, or the latest version of the firewall.
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Why won’t iTunes let me burn a CD?
try using a different brand of media or a different type of Au disc (eg cd-rw instead of CD-R). Try choosing a slower write speed. Some CD-RW drives do not work with iTunes. Once you choose File > Burn Playlist to Disc and your disc drive appears, the next time you need a CD burner, it will work with iTunes.