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While installing itunes update. Asks to close Itunes when it is not running and won't let me continue.

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Try unisntallign your current iTunes version separatedly and try to install the new one. it may solve your problem.

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The iTunes software update for iPod Touch


<p>ITunes is a media management program launched by Apple built to help manage content for all Apple iPod, personal media players, including iPod touch. You can use iTunes to load and delete songs, apps, podcasts and a variety of content on your device and back up your iPod touch. Before installing the software update on your iPod touch, you should update your iTunes software. Typically, iTunes prompts you to update the program when there are updates available, you can also manually check for updates in iTunes. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Launch iTunes. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Click "Help" from the toolbar menu at the top of the program window and click "Check for Updates". The program will prompt you with a new update, if available. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Click the "Download iTunes". Apple Launches Software Updater. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Click the box to the left of the "iTunes" and click "Install an item" button. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Click "OK" to confirm the terms of use agreement. <br /> <p><br /> <p>6. Apple Software Updater will automatically download and install the update from iTunes. The updater closes iTunes prompts you to restart your computer to complete the upgrade. <br />

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Hello, Since downloading iTunes version 11.05,


You might need to either reinstall the EZ or see if there is an update.

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Restarting your computer is often the solution when your iPod fails to sync with your iTunes music library. But if this fails, there are other troubleshooting steps to take.

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How do i install itunes error 2330 keeps occuring


There might be something wrong with your system registry or may be the system drivers were not updated or because of computer virus, you were facing iTune error 2330 while installing iTunes. I would recommend you to use a registry cleaner software and check also for the drivers update in your system. Apart from that you can get more helps on iTunes error 2330 from here : iTunes error 2330

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I have a iphone3gios 4.1 and firmware is 5.14.02 I need to downgrade. How do I do it?


Hi,you'll need to have Itunes installed on your computer you can get it here http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/ after Itunes is installed close the program,then just plug in your phone and the update should start automatically.Itunes will restart when you plug in the phone.If windows opens asking what you want to do as in open the phone to view files,just close that window and let Itunes run. Hope this helped don't for get to rate.If your phone doe's not update repost here and I'll walk you through setting up Itunes and your phone

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Try turning off the computer, reboot, go to start choose defragment, defraging can take a long time, I defrag at night, if after defraging, it still will not work, you don't have enough memory, try compressing programs and files you don't use much and you might want to get an external zip driver to put your music on. You can purchase one at any computer or office supply store, music takes up a lot of memory.

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My iTunes on my computer has frozen. Nothing I


Hi there,

On a mac,

you will have to force quit. Click on your desktop background or any other open application, just so it no longer says itunes in the top left hand part of your screen.

Then click on the apple in the top left hand part of your screen, and then click on force quit. From here, a menu will pop up. Select itunes, and select force quit.

Then re-launch itunes.

On a PC:

press "ctrl" "alt" "delete" and select task manager or end task. Then select itunes and end or close the task.


Make sure you have the latest updates by running software update. If it keeps happening, you can re-install itunes and get the latest version from www.apple.com/itunes

Hope this worked for you.

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Hi, are you using Windows Vista? If so, go to the Start Menu, click All Programs, then Accessories, then right click on Command Prompt and select Run As Administrator.

In the box that appears, type: CD c:\windows\system32\ and then press enter.
Then type: regsvr32 vbscript.dll and press enter, then click OK.

Close the command prompt and try reinstalling itunes.

Hope this helps.

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