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I keep trying to download the newest version of iTunes (8.0.2) on my p.c., but half way through the install I get a message that the network cannot read C:WINDOWS\Installer\iTunes.msi. Please help. I need the new version to utilize the digital copy that is included in several new dvds.

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There's a possibility it (iTunes.msi) is having problems with having permission to run as administrator. Are you running Vista? That's a common problem with that OS. I'm not familiar with it, so I don't know the exact answer. You may be able to get the instructions through Windows Help. If it's not Vista, I suggest checking to make sure your drive is not full.

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I already install the adobe flash player, but still i cant play my games in facebook.


Perhaps the newest version of Adobe Flash Player isn't installed.

Sometimes you have to use the Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller, then download, and install the newest version of Adobe Flash Player.
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Adobe Flash Player may not automatically remove the old version. If the old version isn't removed, the new version won't install.

This is Adobe Support, (Adobe Support Center), and the download page for the Uninstaller,

http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html

On line 1 click on the blue - uninstall_flash_player.exe (229KB)

In the small box that comes up click on Save File.

Now in the other small window that comes up look at the heading at the top.
This is where the file will be downloaded to.
Write it down.

It may have Desktop, or My Documents, or Downloads in the heading.
(Desktop, Documents, and Downloads for Vista, and Win7)

1) If it has Desktop in the heading the file will be on your desktop screen.

2) If it has My Documents in the heading, click on Start, then click on My Documents.

3) If it has Downloads in the heading, click on Start, click on My Documents, double-click on Downloads.

When you see the file name - uninstall_flash_player.exe - double-click right on it.
Follow the simple instructions of the Installation Wizard.
(Just click on Next, Next, and Finish)

When you are done restart your computer.
Now go back to Adobe, and download the newest version of Adobe Flash Player.

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

After you have installed the newest version restart your computer if it does not state so.

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joecoolvette

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ITunes 9 and the "iTunes Media" folder


Before iTunes 9, there used to be a "iTunes Music" folder that contained all of your music, apps & videos. With the newest version of iTunes, this folder has been changed to "iTunes Media" on new installations. This new folder structure makes much more sense than before, because iTunes is definitely much more than just music now.

However, if you already had iTunes installed before and simply upgraded to the latest version, iTunes will not automatically change the folder structure for you (I guess as to not move an existing user's files around without telling them). You'd have to take a few steps to keep yourself updated.

First, open iTunes, then go to "File > Library > Organize Library". You will be prompted if you want to change to the new iTunes folder structure. However, this will not change your top level folder, "iTunes Music". To do that, leave iTunes running, and simply go to your iTunes Music folder and rename it iTunes Media.

Most of the time this will work fine, because iTunes will detect that there's been a folder change and work accordingly. In case that iTunes didn't catch the folder change, go to "Options > Advanced" and change the location of the iTunes Media library folder manually.

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Can't launch itunes after installing it keep getting error messages e.g. app9.1.0.79/ mod name /unknown /mod ver 0000/offset 000a01d4


Completely uninstall the software, reboot the computer then reinstall. I recommend that you download the newest version from itunes.com

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Download the latest Internet Explorer for your version of Windows below:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/default.aspx

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Re-install Itunes. Use the Add / Remove Programs applet to uninstall it. Reboot afterwards. Go to Itunes.com and download the newest version. Select Run to re-install.

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don't just uninstall itunes, you must uninstall all apple products includeing quicktime. then download and install newest version of itunes.

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try the following procedure.

first, head into your start> control panel >Add/Remove programs and uninstall your QuickTime. if it goes, good. if it doesn't, we'll just attend to it when we attend to itunes.

next, download and install the Windows Installer CleanUp utility. use it to clear any existing itunes and/or QuickTime installation configuration information from the PC.

Description of the Windows Installer CleanUp Utility

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301/ (Copy ans paste the link in internet explorer)

next, use the the following document as a guide for manual removal of leftover itunes and quicktime program files:

Removing iTunes and QuickTime for Windows

http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1925?viewlocale=en_US

now try to install itunes again. does it go through properly this time?

If not then also try installing latest windows installer software

(Sometimes an iTunes entry or QuickTime entry doesn't show up in cleanUp, in conjunction with a missing .msi message, if there's an older version of the Windows Installer on the PC.)

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/893803/



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what version of itunes did you download

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