Question about Sony VAIO Computers & Internet
I've installed EZCAP on the laptop to convert vinyl to MP3. Resolved the issue of not playing back through laptop speakers. Appears to record OK BUT...the conversion to iTunes doesn't work. I get an error message saying simply "Unable to convert to itunes. Please make sure you close any active windows in iTunes [which I do]. Would you like to try again? Clicking on yes just generates the same problem...
Try another software package to convert audio to MP3 that does not require ITunes to convert it to MP3. There are plenty of free software out there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
do you have other programs that use the cd/dvd device? sometimes multiple programs will fight for rights to it.
go to the following link and download ccleaner
install it and run it.
1) click on tools and uninstall itunes with that.
2) click on registry and clean the registry
3 click on cleaner and clean up the junk
4) reboot your comp
5) reinstall i tunes
Let me know :)
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Uninstall your older version or any version of I tunes. Do a search for itunes and if you find more, remove them, Try it with the uninstall program utility first. If you have problems uninstalling it, maybe it tells you that you don't have permission( this has happened to me with other programs), then look for a program on the internet called "revo uninstaller". This is a great program for pesky programs that don't or can't be deleted. This "will" take em out. then, just re-install the program.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
If you are running WIndows Vista, right click the file to install iTunes and select RUN as ADMINISTRATOR.
If running XP, you may have an account permissions issue that could be caused by several issues (Group Policy, SPyware, Corrupt profile. If you are an administrator account on the system, try creating a new account and see if program will install. If it does, your profile has issues. If it doesn't I'd try a malware scan.
If is also possible that your security software is blocking the install it you are Running McAfee or Norton Security center applications
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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