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Itunes not getting installed

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itunes is not getting installed on my computer(windows XP) it is giving a message " c:\windows\{585776BC-4BD6-4BD2-A19A-1D6CB44A4003B} already exists. rename it and retry. i have checked for that file but no such file exists.actually while i was downloading for the first time my sys got shut due to some prob. since then itunes is not getting installed.please help me solve this prob.

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    the i tunes folder cannot be found or created, and is required. The default location for this folder is in my music folde

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I cannot transfer music from my itunes player to my sony walkman nwz-e453 as I have got an appcrash message. what do I do?


Hi Brian
***How to transfer music to an iPod to a Windows computer***

Step 1: Connect your iPod and launch iTunes.
In the iPod management screen, scroll down to Options and check "Enable disk use."
iTunes will give you a warning--select OK.
Note: If you get an error message asking you to reformat upon connecting, your iPod was originally formatted for Mac
and cannot be used in Windows.
One workaround is to install a program like MacDrive, which will allow your Windows machine to read Mac-formatted drives.
Clicking "reformat" will erase your iPod.
Step 2: Now open My Computer and open your iPod drive.
Step 3: Open Tools > Folder Options. Click the View tab and check "Show hidden files and folders."
Step 4: Now in your iPod folder, open iPod_Controls > Music. Highlight all of the folders and drag them into the desired
folder on your hard drive.
This might take a while, depending on how much music you're transferring.
Step 5: Highlight all of the folders again, right-click, and select Properties. Uncheck "Hidden." Close this window.
Once the files are copied, you've successfully transferred the music.
However, you'll notice that the songs have four-letter names and are scattered among many folders.
It's OK. Once you import the music into iTunes (or any other media player), the program will reinstate the titles of the
songs.
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I have a 5th generation iPod Nano. I've had it less than one year, and now whenever I plug it into my computer with the USB cord that came with it, my computer says "USB device not recognized" and that the...


  • Check system requirements. - iPod nano (5th generation) requires the following minimum versions of Windows: either Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or later), Vista or Windows 7. If you have one of these versions of Windows, verify that Windows is fully up to date by downloading and installing software updates from Microsoft. If you have Windows XP with Windows XP Service Pack 1 or Windows XP Service Pack 2, download and install Service Pack 3 using Windows Update.

  • iTunes online? - Confirm that iTunes has been downloaded and installed.

  • AMDS online? - iPod nano requires Apple Mobile Device Support (AMDS), which should be automatically installed with iTunes. To verify whether it is installed, click Start > Control Panel. Open the Add or Remove Programs control panel and verify that Apple Mobile Device Support is visible in the list of currently installed programs. If it is not, remove and reinstall iTunes.

  • Check USB connection. - Disconnect all USB devices from the system with the exception of the iPod nano and any USB keyboard and mouse. Then restart your computer. Verify that you are using a high-powered USB 2.0 port. Test with an alternate iPod USB cable if one is available.

  • AMDS - Re-verify that AMDS is running and installed.

  • iTunes usage - Remove and reinstall iTunes.
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Hello, I am trying to help my father understand how to download and place songs on his mp3 player, the Phillips go gear vibe. The mp3 player is now installed and connected to his Windows XP; I know this...


hey, connect USB port with MP3,,,and then open IE Broswer by googling facourite songs to dowload.......better place on desk of PC....

then just move into your MP3 disk...


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Cannot open iTunes


sir since you have tried all the options related to the ipod , it seems like there is no problem with the device.you should use windows XP with sp3 or later.check that out ones.the usb 2.0 port must be used.also update the anti virus and scan it.

May 27, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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Ipod will not restore


according to the apple website here is some help with the solution.
this is taken straight from apple.

Symptoms When restoring or updating an iPod in iTunes 7 or later, you may see a dialog reporting "An unknown error has occurred" followed by the error number 1415, 1417, 1418, 1428, 1429, 1430, 1436 or 1439.
Products Affected iPod, iPod mini, iPod shuffle, iPod nano, iTunes 7 for Windows, iTunes 7 for Mac, iTunes 8 for Mac, iTunes 8 for Windows
Resolution If you are experiencing these errors, begin by updating to the latest version of iTunes. When you have the current version of iTunes, try the following:
  • Disconnect and reconnect your iPod and then attempt to restore.
  • Restart your computer and then attempt to restore your iPod.
  • Disable or Enable Disk Use on your iPod and then attempt to restore.
  • Try connecting your iPod to a different USB port and then attempt to restore.
  • Remove any third-party USB devices you have connected to your computer (it is not necessary to remove your keyboard or mouse).
  • If you use Windows, re-register .dll files as described in article iTunes displays -50 error message when syncing iPod on Windows XP
  • For Windows users, update or reinstall your Windows USB drivers.

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Does one have to have apple computer for ipod one touch


Are you going to (www.apple.com/itunes/download) to download the latest version of iTunes? Also I would suggest attempting the download with your firewall/anti-virus software disabled. As they can sometimes cause the itunes download to not complete or download with missing files. They are not viruses but sometimes the different softwares will think they are malicious. You do not have to own an apple computer to use an apple iPod. Just make sure that your Operating System on your PC is up to date an you should be good to go. If your not downloading iTunes version 8.1.1.10 then it's not the latest version. :)

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Error Message 2738 ipod shuffle install


Symptoms In some instances, the iTunes and QuickTime Installers may unexpectedly quit during the "Preparing to Install" stage of the installation with the following message:
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code is 2738. In some cases, the error message may read
"iTunes could not be installed because Visual Basic Script (VBScript) is not installed or has been disabled. Make sure VBScript is installed, turn off script blocking in anti-virus and personal firewall software, reregister VBScript, and then install iTunes." Products Affected iTunes 7 for Windows, QuickTime 7 (Windows), Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Resolution Windows XP or Windows Vista
Download and install iTunes 7.6 or later.

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Getting started with ipodshuffle on an XP PC


Yes, once it is installed, you can browse the contents of your iPod through iTunes.

As for not being able to download it - can you give me more specifics on what you're doing, and any error messages you're getting?

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