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iTunes.exe has been set to run in compatibility mode for an older version of Windows. For best result, turn off compatibility mode of iTunes before you open it.
2. Click Start, type regedit, then press Enter. 3. Navigate to this Registry location:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers 4; Its better you clean/repair Windows registry with RegInOut. 4. Look in the main pane for a key that refers to iTunes. If you find one, delete it, then exit the Registry. 5. Start iTunes. The offending message should be gone!
1. Do a reset. Hold down the button on the tip of the iPod touch AND the one button at the bottom of the screen together for at least 10 seconds. The "Slide to unlock" slider will mementarily appear, keep pressing then the Apple logo will appear. Let the iPod re-start. It has now been re-set.
2. Do a 'Restore'. Connect your iPod with the cable that came with it to the USB port on your computer. In iTunes, click and (Restore).
3. Try re-installing iTunes on your computer then do a 'Restore'.
sir since you have tried all the options related to the ipod , it seems like there is no problem with the device.you should use windows XP with sp3 or later.check that out ones.the usb 2.0 port must be used.also update the anti virus and scan it.
Right click on it and select run as administrator. if that doesn't work.
Remove itunes from add or remove programs, do a search for itunes on your harddrive and delete all folders with itunes or apple on it. there are probably some files in documents and settings folder that need to be removed.
basiclly the itunes and apple software needs to be fully removed and then reinstalled.
download the latest version of itunes from http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/ (your music will be saved within the itunes music folder already). Once it has loaded okay close the itunes program. Turn your ipod on and plug it into your computer. This will automatically open up itunes. Reset your ipod within itunes under your ipod settings. Then update your ipod with your chosen library or playlist.
To stop your PC from restarting whenever it encounters a fault: Click Start, Control Panel, open "System", then under the "Advanced" tab select "Settings" in the Startup and Recovery section and uncheck "Automatically restart" under "System Failure". Once that is done you can do a manual windows update and see if there are critical and IE (internet explorer) updates that may cure your internet connection problems. You may also want to run a full system virus scan in Safe Mode to eliminate any viral threats that may be causing the problem, as there are current trojans that are affecting IE and Firefox (probably others) Browsers. I hope this helps.
I would suggest first making sure you downloaded the correct version of iTunes for your operating system. Second, deleat the entire program you just downloaded, be sure to get all the files, then redownload and open without opening any other programs (besides the web browser)