Question about Apple iTunes
has been set to run in compatibility mode for an older version of
Windows. For best result, turn off compatibility mode of iTunes before
you open it.
> 1. Make sure iTunes isn't running.
2. Click Start, type regedit, then press Enter.
3. Navigate to this Registry location:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers
4; Its better you clean/repair Windows registry with Reg In Out.
4. Look in the main pane for a key that refers to iTunes. If you find one, delete it, then exit the Registry.
5. Start iTunes. The offending message should be gone!
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
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Recharge your iPhone. Plug it into a power outlet using the USB cable
and power adapter that came with it. Within a couple of minutes, your screen
shows a battery icon with a red sliver of power. Don't use your iPhone for at
least 10 minutes or until the battery icon turns green. Your empowered iPhone
should now be fully functional again.
Force a faulty app to quit. Press and hold the "Sleep/Wake"
button on your iPhone's top-right edge. Release your hold when a red slider
appears onscreen. Ignore the slider and press the "Home" button for
six seconds. Your iPhone should return to the home screen, fully operational.
Force your iPhone to restart. This technique is especially helpful when
your iPhone refuses to turn off normally. Simultaneously press and hold the
"Sleep/Wake" button and the "Home" button for about 10
seconds. Ignore the red slider that appears onscreen and release your hold when
the Apple logo appears. Wait for your device to reset itself to normalcy.
Reset your iPhone's settings if your device allows access to them. Tap
"Settings," followed by "General." Then tap
"Reset" at the very bottom, followed by "Reset All
Settings." This restores your device settings to its original factory
condition and eliminates any conflicting settings that may have been caused by
changes you recently made or a newly installed app. Your songs, music, videos
and other data remain intact.
Update your iPhone's software. If a software bug caused your freeze, the
latest software may have resolved it. Launch iTunes on your computer and then
connect your iPhone using the USB cable that came with it. Click on your
iPhone's name when it appears under "Devices" in the left sidebar,
followed by the "Summary" tab above the main pane on the right. Click
"Check for Update" and then follow the prompts to download and
install the update.
Restore your iPhone if all else fails. This resets your device's
software and hardware settings to factory conditions, removes all data and then
restores everything from a backup. With iTunes launched and your iPhone plugged
in, click on your iPhone under "Devices" on the left, followed by the
"Summary" tab on the right. Click "Restore" and then
"Backup" in the pop-up dialog. Prepare to nurse your iPhone through
this process for 20 minutes or more. When done, resynchronize your iPhone in
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