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I have just upgraded to windows 7 and everything is fine exept when I installed and ran Itunes, my computer gets blue screen please help

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Reinstall it, it's installation issue, might not installed correctly that's why.

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This article may help you. It is for iPhone, but the same operating system runs on iPad as well.

Several months ago I downloaded iOS 7 beta with developer program. It worked fine. When iOS 7 had officially came out, I checked my phone and it restarted on its own. The locked screen said"Activation Error: This device is not registered as part of the iPhone Developer Program. If you are a member of the iPhone Developer Program, please register your device in the iPhone Developer Program Portal at http://developer.apple.com/iphone." I went to the link using my computer, although I am not a developer, and it didn't help me.
Recent days we see lots of iPhone users reported iOS 7 activation error. How did this happened? It is probably because users installed iOS 7 beta 6. As the iOS 7 beta has expired on October 6, which means anyone still running one won't be able to use their iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, and won't even be able to get past Activation if they try.
If you're experiencing an iOS 7 activation error on your iPhone/other device and were previously using iOS7 beta, there's a good chance to fix it with following simple steps:
1) make sure you have upgraded to iTunes 11.1.1. It is the most recent version of iTunes.
2) Plug you iPhone/iDevice into your computer. Back up the data on the device.
3) Click "Restore" on your device's page in iTunes. If this doesn't work, proceed to DFU mode
4) your device is done restoring and activating you can restore your data from your iTunes backup
5) you can use your non-beta iOS 7
If iTunes says there is no newer version to upgrade to, you can put your iPhone or device to DFU mode after the backup. DFU (Device Firmware Update) mode will make sure you download and install the latest release version of iOS off of Apple's servers.
1) Plug your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad into your Mac or Windows PC and make sure iTunes is running.
2) Hold down both the Sleep Button (on top of your device) and the Home Button (on the front underneath the screen).
3) Keep them both held down from about 10 seconds. (If you see the Apple logo, you've held them too long and will need to start again.)
4) Let go of the Sleep Button but keep holding the Home Button for about 5 seconds. (If you see the "Plus into iTunes" screen than you held it too long and will need to start again.)
5) Restore the device

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Blue Screen of Death I get this screen everytime i shut down my desktop computer.


Maybe try to upgrade to windows 7 if the specs. will allow it. If you already have windows 7, then do a clean install. Make sure that automatic updates is chosen in when reinstalling windows.

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When trying to open iTunes, I get the following error message: "iTunes cannot run because some of its required files are missing. Please reinstall iTunes." When I click on iTunes setup, and click...


Hello wjewell154 for some reason some of your registry's were deleted from your computer. the solution to this problem is to uninstall your current Itunes software and reinstall itunes.
NOTE:uninstalling iTunes will not delete any preferences, playlists, or content; thing of what you are doing as a manuel upgrade

If you are running Windows Vista/7 goto the Start menu select "Control Panel" from the right column from that menu, select "programs and features" now find iTunes in that list and right click from the right click menu, select the bold option "Uninstall" your uninstall program will gather information about the program and then it will uninstall now click here and it will guide you to the apple website to reinstall iTunes 10
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I installed the Windows 7 Home Premium upgrade (store bought) and now my Acer Aspire 5735 gets blue screens, shuts itself down, and random programs get the "**** has stopped working" message.


you shouldn't of installed it because if you would of ran the windows 7 compatibility thing that is on the disc, it would say that your computer is incompatible. You should buy another copy of windows xp and install that.

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Blue screen/ system service error when i open Reason 4


During start-up press F8 on your keyboard. choose sage mode - do necessary changes.

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I can't get iTunes to load on my PC. I downloaded the program from Apple's website. It downloaded fine, said that it was successfully installed on my computer, however when I try to open it, I get an error...


With this one you have to follow these articles fully and do all the steps even the ones in blue - follow theses steps you should be fine !
if not re-post with what happened- I will help you .

Windows vista, 7

Windows xp

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I would recommend updating the BIOS, it does not list any compatibilty for Nvidia Video cards but it could fix the issue.

http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&releaseid=R254813&SystemID=PLX_360&servicetag=&os=WLH&osl=en&deviceid=17774&devlib=0&typecnt=0&vercnt=4&catid=-1&impid=-1&formatcnt=0&libid=1&typeid=-1&dateid=-1&formatid=-1&source=-1&fileid=373471

If this does not fix the issue can you please provide the following information:

1. What versoin of windows are you using? (XP, Vista or Windows 7)
2. Did you disable the on board video?
3. The blue screen error message

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Problem after installing windows 7 on my vostro 1500.


Go to the control panel > Power Options > go through the settings and make sure that hibernation and sleeps setting are turned off. Most BSOD are caused by memory problems and most memory problems come from the computer trying to wake up or come out of hibernation. It is a useless setting and would be better if the computer just ran.

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Hi i have a KT4V motherboard and recently got a radeon 9800 pro graphics card - and upgrade form a radeon 9250 (which worked fine on xp but when i upgraded to windows 7 it wasn't supported). when i first...


Yes and No. Let me explain. You have taken an older board that worked with XP and tried to make it work in Win7 (which is not supported by the board). Add in your graphics card switch, and you have a real mess.

You can upgrade your motherboard (for one that is compatible with Win7 - (ie. a brand new model with Win7 certification) and use a graphics card that is also Win7 compatible, or

Go back to a configuration that worked

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Blue screen - Memmory_Management


You have the blue screen of death unless you have tweaked your PC to stop without restart it is difficult to read the error.

Did you upgrade from a x86 (32bit) ot x64 (64bit) version of Windows XP or Vista?

Windows (5) XP to Windows 7 - wet7xp_x86.exe

Windows (6) Vista to Windows 7 - Windows6.0-KB928635-x86.msu

Did you run the Windows7UpgradeAdvisor first ?

There maybe Memory Issues with your PC using Windows 7 especailly your Video Card Memory , it a good idea to check you motherboard for memory compatibilty some Motherboards wont take High Density Memory with Windows 7, check here at Crucial Scanner

If you post your HTML result of the Windows 7 upgrade checker to this post I maybe be able to help you further.


If all this fails I suggest that you do a complete install of Windows 7 unless you just have the upgrade pack, please check that you are using the correct version for your PC either 32bit or 64bit as shown above.

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