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Cannot open my Itunes - saying application could not open error 13014 - can anyone help?

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Uninstall the itunes and then restart your computer, then download again in apple.com, then install again.

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SOURCE: I am trying to open up iTunes, I get the following

Close itunes, and go into windows explorer.
Get rid of the file named iTunes Library 8 Genius.itdb

You can always rebuild Genius results after you get itunes running properly again.

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Can't open my iTunes when open get error messages ""Apple application support was not found." Apple application support is required to run iTunes.


I think you have not follow the basic rule. first check your system configuration with iTunes application requirement.
If possible update your system. Now you can download a Apple Application Support file and if not helpful then read this tutorial if you have some technical knowledge https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-6562#qtmoviewin
and follow Mac Technical Support for more guidance.

Jul 30, 2014 | Apple iTunes

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Tips for error 13014 when opening itunes or when synchronizing with IPOD


Solution 1Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed.
Solution 2Quit and reopen iTunes. If the issue continues, then restart your computer.
Solution 3Quit iTunes, temporarily disable the anti-virus security software on your computer, then reopen iTunes and try to sync your device. If iTunes successfully syncs your iPhone or iPod touch, consult the anti-virus software vendor.
Solution 4Turn off Genius in iTunes in the Genius sidebar (choose View > Hide Genius Sidebar).

on Aug 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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ITunes Error 13010 - How to correct this error in iTunes


As with any application in any operating system in this high tech computer industry today, there is always going to an error of some kind. How that error can be eliminated, is always the principal concern of any computer user of a Mac or PC.

One of the errors I would like to provide a tip for you, on how to resolve, is the "Error 13010" error message, which affects users of iTunes in Mac OS X.

The Error 13010 alert, will usually appear when a user is unable to launch and open iTunes. More often than not, however, the fix for this error is a relatively easy one.

Here are steps for you can implement to eliminate this error:
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For Mac OS X

• Make sure iTunes application is closed.

• Click anywhere on the blank space of your desktop and Finder will appear near the Apple menu icon located in the upper left corner of your screen.

• From the Finder menu click on Go> then select Go to Folder

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• You will need to type /Users/td7/Music/iTunes in the open dialog
box:

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• This will take you directly to your iTunes folder.

• Within iTunes folder, locate and remove to the Trash,
the iTunes Library Genius.itdb. file

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Once you have removed this file, close the Finder window and relaunch
iTunes.

Launching iTunes will restore a new iTunes Library Genius.itdb file
and as a result, no longer see the Error 13010 alert message.
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In the event that this procedure does not allow you to launch iTunes normally, you should remove iTunes and re-install the application.

But don't worry though, you will not lose your iTunes Library, as that remains untouched in the Music folder.

You are simply going into your Applications folder and removing iTunes application and then reinstalling it.

Here is the link for downloading and re-installing iTunes, as needed:
Download iTunes '09 for Mac

So now you have at least one workaround, from a number of iTunes errors, should it manifest, which you can use to resume normal functionality of your iTunes application.

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I will be providing more tips in future articles covering workarounds like this, for the various error codes which can affect the functionality of either the Mac OS X platform or any applications installed within its volume.
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As always, I hope this information proves beneficial to you in some way, if not now, in the future, should such an error like this adversely affects your iTunes application.

Thanks for reviewing this Mac OS X Fixya Tip.

Regards,

-Mactechtrainer

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on Apr 09, 2010 | Apple iTunes

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I tried to download the latest version of itunes but for someone it wouldnt download and now my old itunes doesnt work either. When I click on itunes to open it up, a message box pops up reading...


It sounds like the download removed the existing software.

I would open control panel, then click add or remove programs, then click on itunes. see if there is a repair option with the installer. sometimes there is, but if not, then uninstall it, but keep your saved files.

Then re-install it, and when it sets up, it should still accept your old saved files. That way you don't have to recopy you music, games or videos

The 'error 2" is saying that when you clicked on the icon, there was no file remaining in your system that matched what the program was that was assigned to that icon.

You can find out what the program was, and its location by right clicking on the icon, and then click on properties.

Jan 24, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Apple Application Support was not found. Apple Application Support is required to run iTunes. Please uninstall iTunes, then install iTunes again. Error...


How did you uninstall itunes? If you run into an error, or your computer while your itunes was installing, it could leave things behind messing up all the other installations as well. What you need to do is first of all make sure you don't have any instances of itunes open, or trying to be opened. Then you can go ahead and run the uninstaller on itunes.

Then you will need to go into explorer (windows+e, or right click on your My Computer icon and press "explore" from the menu), navigate to C:\Program Files\ and delete the itunes folder completely. If you get an error saying something to the effect of "This file/folder is being used by another program, please stop that program and try again." go ahead and restart your computer, and try to delete the folder again when your computer comes back up.

Then try and reinstall it, making sure that you are downloading the correct version of itunes for your operating system.

Dec 27, 2010 | Apple iTunes

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I am trying to open up iTunes, I get the following error message: the iTunes application could not be opened. An unkown error has occurred [13014]. Thanks


Close itunes, and go into windows explorer.
Get rid of the file named iTunes Library 8 Genius.itdb

You can always rebuild Genius results after you get itunes running properly again.

Jul 03, 2010 | Apple iTunes

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When i try to open iTunes a message pops up saying " the iTunes application could not be opened. An unknown error occurred (-50)


The only options for this error are for solving the problem of iTunes not opening, which are listed here: http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1717

I suggest trying to re-install iTunes first, then go through the solutions on that page. Print off the page before you start trying to fix it, and include all sections (check in print preview).

Dec 30, 2009 | Apple iTunes

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ATCF error message


that is a system file and you have to reinstall it into your itunes....by doing this u can solve your problem

Oct 26, 2009 | Apple iTunes

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After installing , when trying to run itunes , it says apple application support is required to run i tunes, please uninstall and imnstall again , i have done what it says. and still the same error comes...


1. Download and install WinRAR.
2. Right-click the iTunesSetup.exe icon and choose "Open with WinRAR".
3. Once the EXE is opened in WinRAR, double-click AppleApplicationSupport.msi and when the installer window is open choose "Repair".
4. Done! You can now run iTunes normally.

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Oct 25, 2009 | Apple iTunes

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