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64 bit vs. 32 bit ipod

When I purchased my IPOD classic i was using a 64 bit PC. I recently purchased a 32 bit pc and thought, great...now the issues with th 64 bit PC are gone as far as my ipod is concerned. WRONGO! Itunes now does not recognize my IPOD even though the PC itself does. It gives me an error stating that itunes did not load the required software to communicate with my IPOD correctly. Everything else in ITUNES works fine. I've gone through the Apple support recommendations with no success. Apple Support was abominable (I believe they just read their own website and have no direct knowledge). I'm thinking that once the ipod used itunes in the 64 bit envvironment, it cannot adjust back to itunes in the 32 bit environment. Any thoughts on fixing this?

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  • mtnbooks Dec 29, 2008

    The link appears to be no longer valid. The fix would make sense but unable to access that program through the apple website.

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