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I HAVE ITUNE ON MY SYSTEM BUT EVERY TIME I CLICK ON TO UES IT UP COMES A MESSARGE (THE INSTRUTION AT "0X0BEF504D" REFERANCEDAT "0X53002004"THE MEMORY COULD NOT BE READ ). MY COMPUTER IS A TOSHIBA 200/A LAPTOP.WINDOWS XP 2002 SERVIC PACK,GENUIN INTEL(R)CPU,T2080@1.73GHZ,1.73 GHZ 0.99RAM .REGS DAN STONE

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Yo! you itunes aint bad.

it just means that you have troubles starting your itunes because there is an incompatibility issues with your other softwares installed.

heres what to do.

uninstall itunes first and download the latest version of itunes.
lets free some disk space first ok

start>run>%temp%...delete all the files here. you dont need this temporrary files here

start>run>temp...delete all as well

start>run>prefetch> delete all as well

start>run>msconfig>startuptab>uncheck all this boxes here to get a faster startup

restart your computer..

after restart, install itunes now.

if there is still problems, dont hesitate to post it here again. we are here to help fix your issue.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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    earl norman llanera Mar 24, 2008

    BTW, i beleive that iqbal_del is correct too. have a registry mechanic installed on your pc so that your registry will be rid of all unwanted registries ok.

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    earl norman llanera Mar 24, 2008

    follow up!



    start>control panel> system properties> advanced> performance >settings>advancedtab>virtual memory> click change...then

    increase the initial size and maximum size to double. then click set. then apply then ok.



    this will increase your paging file size. this helps!

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This error message is raised whenever any software or utility try to read some absort data or from improper memory location. That make conflicts to the OS and this type of error message raised by OS.

It seems your i-tune is currepted and you need to reinstall it. But before installation uninstall it completely then reboot to remove all of its registry entry from the system. Then install i-tune, hope it will work.

Thanks
Iqbal

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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    Iqbal Husain Mar 24, 2008

    Thanks early BIRD for your apriciation.

    Thanks again

    Iqbal

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Can u tell its been how long u have been facing this problem

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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    Maanita Chadha Mar 24, 2008

    if this is a recent problem try doin a system restore

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    Maanita Chadha Mar 24, 2008

    also check the same in another user account

  • Maanita Chadha
    Maanita Chadha Mar 24, 2008

    if the problem persists reinstall itunes

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