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Itunes Downloading Errors

I keep getting a little message box that pops up when i try to download a song. It downloads the file but when it says "processing file" it will sit like that for a very long time, and i get a message box that says an unknown error has occurred. It only does this once in a while and only on certain songs. I really want the song but it wont download and i've also tried repurchasing it and checking that the connection is good. Im not sure what to do now. Any suggestions?

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Hi,

What you can try is to create a new user and install itunes in it then give a try using Itunes...

if this step works fine, then its issue with windows user profile

Give a try and let me know if you still need any help on this

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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