Hey all. I am running into a slightly major issue with my MBP. I can no longer burn optical media of any type on it. Everytime I do, I get the following error (See attached image). Image from iTunes, but it happens with all apps that can burn optical media I went to the Apple Store to get it looked at. The system refused to recognize one of there CD-Rs, so they booted into a test install (on an external). This seemed to solve the problem as they were able to easily burn a CD-R in iTunes. The issue seems to be completely software related, but I have no idea what could be causing the problem. I have repaired permissions about 5 times now and am still having problems. I un-installed a number of applications I installed after my last successful burn (Path Finder would be the main one that comes to mind). I am at a complete loss as to how I can fix this. I am tempted to just do a "Archive and Install" reinstall of OS X to get a fresh install going, but I will loss all the applications and customizations I have installed. I'm hoping an upgrade to Snow Leopard may fix this issue (along with random Quicktime permission errors I can't seem to repair), but I'm not sure. Basically, I need help, badly. If anyone here has any ideas of what I can do to fix the problem (excluding fresh install of OS X), PLEASE post. This problem is starting to drive me nuts. Thanks ahead of time to anyone who can help. PS System Specs: MBP (Early 2008); OS X 10.5.8; iTunes 8.2.1 (6) PSS I have not gotten a CD/DVD cleaner disk as the Genius was able to burn a CD-R without any issue after clean OS X install off of external HD. It seems to be software related, but I might go out today and grab a cleaner just to be sure. What one should i get?