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Uninstall the Itunes that istalled in the pc with the help of Revo uninstaller and then download an old version itunes ( itunes 8.0) install it and once u try to open it will give an option to upgrade it to the latest version then accordingly click on upgrade and the latest version of itunes will be installed successfully.
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May 18, 2012 | Apple iTunes
Itunes has two version for windows vista, may be you are using the incorrect version.
Check you windows version : right click in COMPUTER then click in PROPERTIES and see if you
have a Windows Vista 32 bits or Windows Vista 64 bits.
If you click on the big blue button, you are downloading the 32 bits version.
if you go down a little bit more, you can see in blue letters "64-bit installer".
Take the correct version and that's it.
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Apple recommends that iTunes customers using Windows Vista upgrade to iTunes 7.2 or later. If you are using an iPod with iTunes on Windows Vista, please review the important information in Knowledge Base document
Ejecting iPod using Windows Explorer on Windows Vista may corrupt iPodIssue
Some customers may see the following message when connecting an iPod to iTunes 7.2 or later on a computer running Windows Vista.
Microsoft has released an update for Windows Vista that addresses a situation where ejecting iPod from Windows Explorer or by using the "Safely Remove Hardware" feature in Windows Vista could corrupt your iPod. Apple recommends Windows Vista customers who own an iPod install this software update. For information on how to install this Microsoft hot fix, refer to the "Update your software" section below. Tip: iPod can always be ejected safely by choosing Eject iPod from the Controls menu within iTunes.Update your software
Microsoft has made this Update for Windows Vista (KB936824) available via Windows Update as well as a separate download package. To download this update via Windows Update follow the steps below:
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