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Itunes radio mac 10.5.8 leopard doesn't work since Feburary 2014

I no longer get any radio stations in iTunes. I get an error message to check my network - but it works fine.

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You will need a version of iTunes that cannot run under Mac OS X 10.5.8. Because all operating system updates are now accomplished through the Apple App Store, you will need to upgrade at least to Snow Leopard (10.6.8) before you can continue to at least Mountain Lion (10.7.x) which can run a version of iTunes that supports the Radio service. Retail copies of 10.6.x are still available online. Please consult directly with Apple or with one of their "geniuses" at a retail store for more specific advice for your particular computer.

Also, please keep in mind that there are over 6 years of patches and updates involved, and it might take a day or more to download all of that, even over a high-speed connection.

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SOURCE: mac G4, OS 10.4.11,

1.) In Utilities Click on Disk Utility

Once Disk Utility is running; on the left hand side of the disk utility window, you will show any disks on the machine.

2.) Click on the name of the hard drive in this window. (New options appear to the left

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3.) Click on First Aid to the right of the disk window.

4.) Click on the Repair Disk Permissions


I like to restart the machine once that is complete.


See if this fixes the issue.


If not you may need to reinstall the OS



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