I'm running iTunes 8 on Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit, and I've run into a problem where if I try to import a CD, iTunes starts to import the first track, then just proceeds to skip through every track until it reaches the end with nothing imported. As it tries to import, you can see the little animated importing animation to the left of the song, but it only lasts a second or so then moves to the other tracks and does the same until the end. I get this same issue when trying to play a CD, with iTunes skipping through all the tracks trying to play something. I've done the iTunes diagnostics for the CD drive, and all tests have passed. Here are the results of my diagnostic... Microsoft Windows Vista x64 Professional Service Pack 1 (Build 6001) NVIDIA 122-CK-NF68 iTunes 220.127.116.11 QuickTime 7.5.5 FairPlay 1.0.15 CD Driver 18.104.22.168 CD Driver DLL 22.214.171.124 Apple Mobile Device 126.96.36.199 Bonjour 188.8.131.52 (118.5) iTunes Serial Number 9590B91E53FB0405 Current user is an administrator. The current local date and time is 2008-10-02 00:24:09. iTunes is not running in safe mode. Video Display Information NVIDIA, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 **** External Plug-ins Information **** No external plug-ins installed. **** CD/DVD Drive Tests **** No drivers in LowerFilters. UpperFilters: GEARAspiWDM (184.108.40.206), Z: TSSTcorp CD/DVDW SH-S183L, Rev SB01 Audio CD in drive. Found 13 songs on CD, playing time 78:14 on Audio CD. Track 1, start time 00:02:32 Track 2, start time 00:47:67 Track 3, start time 09:12:35 Track 4, start time 15:53:07 Track 5, start time 20:55:50 Track 6, start time 27:22:50 Track 7, start time 36:19:00 Track 8, start time 40:46:57 Track 9, start time 47:29:12 Track 10, start time 53:47:07 Track 11, start time 57:40:47 Track 12, start time 65:06:37 Track 13, start time 71:02:67 Audio CD reading succeeded. Get drive speed succeeded. The drive CDR speeds are: 4 8 16 24 32 40 48. The drive CDRW speeds are: 4. The drive DVDR speeds are: 4. The drive DVDRW speeds are: 4. If anyone knows how to correct this, it would be greatly appreciated. TIA :EDIT: P.S. I had forgotten to mention before that CDs play fine in Windows Media Player.