Easy... iTunes uses Gear Software's CD Driver but only includes and x86 driver. Download and install the x64 driver from Gear's website @ http://www.gearsoftware.com/support/drivers.cfm
The first time you use iTunes check that your cd-burner is detected in iTunes advanced/burning tab. I've found that if you don't open that tab before the first time you try to burn iTunes will crash.
"iTunes cannot locate the CD Configuration folder, so you cannot import or burn CDs and DVDs. This folder must be in the same directory as iTunes."
Any clue what folder is missing, where it went to, where I find it, and where I should move it to? I'm tired of getting error messages every time I start iTunes.