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    Hello everyone,

    Yesterday, my computer was lagging, so i defragmented it. Now my iTunes can't work, and this pops up (see below). Now i can't load things into my iPod Anyone knows what to do? Thanks a million~


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    redownload and install again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max 2.8 View Post
    redownload and install again?
    No use. I tried to click repair also no use.

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    tell microsoft about the problem lah. do what it tells you to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deckard View Post
    tell microsoft about the problem lah. do what it tells you to do.
    haha but...i've alerted them 3 times

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    uninstall. reboot. go into c:. delete itunes folder. reboot. install itunes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aq12345 View Post
    haha but...i've alerted them 3 times
    No use. When you send that report to MS, they actually log it to a database. Then a piece of software will run through all the reports from all over the world. After analyzing, they will tell the application developer (in this case apple) what's the error in their software (if they can pinpoint it) and its up to applications to fix it. So even if apple fixed the code, you'll have to redownload the new version.

    You should uninstall and re-install instead of doing a repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theonlyone View Post
    No use. When you send that report to MS, they actually log it to a database. Then a piece of software will run through all the reports from all over the world. After analyzing, they will tell the application developer (in this case apple) what's the error in their software (if they can pinpoint it) and its up to applications to fix it. So even if apple fixed the code, you'll have to redownload the new version.

    You should uninstall and re-install instead of doing a repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theonlyone View Post
    You should uninstall and re-install instead of doing a repair.
    Sigh...i've uninstall it and re-install, but still no use. Anyone knows?

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    Happened to me before...now I use WinAmp.

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    how about changing the player instead.

    iRiver or iAudio? no special s/w needed to upload music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightpiper View Post
    how about changing the player instead.

    iRiver or iAudio? no special s/w needed to upload music.
    Hope so...but i've just bought it not long ago, so abit sian...

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    Sorry, just did a google and seems that a lot of pple are facing problems with iTunes can't revert to old version. Guess you'll have to contact apple to see if they have a fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theonlyone View Post
    Sorry, just did a google and seems that a lot of pple are facing problems with iTunes can't revert to old version. Guess you'll have to contact apple to see if they have a fix.
    i see...thanks anyway

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    As much as I love iTunes on my Mac, for windows users there are usually other more prominent choice. There's a program called foobar which I've heard the sound quality is better than most players. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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    You can try this.

    Look for the iTunes preference file and delete it. Then launch iTunes.

    The file should be in a hidden folder, under you account in Documents and Settings.

    Not sure if it will work, but I guess its worth the try..

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    www.rockbox.org

    no more itunes...hehe
    eat. drink. shoot

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    hmm... sounds like ur windows registry got problems... y dun u go into the windows registry and delete off all iTunes entries manually, after tat go into windows explorer and delete off the iTunes folder, reboot ur PC, download the latest version of iTunes and reinstall...

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    Are you using window Vista?

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    Hope these helps
    Go to Folder Option --> Turn ON View Hidden files and Delete the respective iTune folders. Do a search in your computer and Delete whatever iTune files that might be located somewhere else. Re-installed your iTune and tried it out.

    If it still fail, repeat the above steps but this time install another version of iTune maybe an older version. Sometimes will solve this problem.

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