When I connect the itouch to a Vista laptop, Microsoft WIndows gives a message that says that "itunes must shut dow with an unknown error, there is no solution available at the moment" I have uninstalled and reinstalled itunes to no vail...........any advice would be appreciated, I have installed itunes 8 and am running version 2.2 on the itouch.
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just been fixing a window vista laptop with problems
Microsoft stopped supporting windows vista years ago
no updates or upgrades
you are at base service pack one
and computer should have been updated to service pack 3 years ago
from service pack 3 a windows 10 upgrade is possible
try an ethernet or usb wifi connection .
.see if the computer will run the way you want it
any windows vista computer is a x32 bit system
with upgrades can run x64
x86 is the current
if you are running anything higher than 32 or x64 software the computer will be slow sometimes freeze or shut down
vista came out same time as and dial up internet
and early broad band
vista can run office 95 but windows 2000 is stable
I don not think there is a problem with your laptop. It connects to your network when you use the Ethernet cable, because the wired network is yours. As to the 4 networks to which you are trying to connect with the wireless, they must be secured as they should be. If you want to access them (and why would you since you have your own Internet connection), you will have to ask authorization from the networks owners (your neighbors). If they agree, they will provide you with all the information you require to log on and share their bandwidth.
From what I understand, iTunes is not recognizing the iPod, because Windows does not recognize it. Choose to install the driver, set it to search for a driver in "C:\Windows". It should find a USB Mass Storage Driver, an iPod Driver, and a USBusEnumerator. Choose the iPod Driver, and if that doesnt work, try the USB Mass Storage Driver, and then the USBusEnumerator. If Vista gives you a memory error, reboot your computer and try the iPod Driver again.
Theres a few things you can try:
1. Update to itunes 8
2. uninstall itunes, and reinstall it
3. can you access it while logged into an account? Out of an account?
If none of these work, download the Itunes vista patch fix here
iTunes and vista is like trying to stick a finger covered in alumiunum foil in the electrical outlet lol, vista is microsoft, itunes is apple. Rival OS companies.
Hope this helps.