asked on 27th Jun 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
You can do this easily but you have not mentioned the Operating system you are using and the iTunes version that you have. Anyways, try the steps here:
(a) Open your Web browser and go to Apple's Web site (see below) to download iTunes. There is a link for a free download there.
(b) Confirm that iTunes was downloaded properly by playing one of the samples iTunes will have when you first open it.
(c) Open the CD-ROM drive on your computer and put the CD you want to import songs from into the tray. Close it, and wait for iTunes to list the tracks.
(d) Note that iTunes has an icon of the CD you put into the CD-ROM drive on the task list to the left of iTunes. When iTunes indicates it is reading the CD, you will be able to proceed with importing the songs.
(e) Click on and "drag the song" icon from the CD into the iTunes library. When you drag it to the right spot, the library icon will highlight. When you release it, the window on top of iTunes will have a timer for how long it will take iTunes to copy the song. It will say "Importing ."
(f) Click on the library icon and verify the import was successful. A warning will appear if the import fails, and it will direct you to what steps to take to fix the problem.
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