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  • Aashish Verma
    Aashish Verma May 11, 2010

    What happens when you try to Access ITunes ? Any Errors ?

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Please GO DL LATEST I TUNES AND RUN CCLEANER TOOL THX drummernick2002@aol.com

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My computer crashed. I now have a new pc. I have an existing itunes account; with many tunes storeed on it. Quite simply how do I access it?


You might try logging into the ITunes page...enter your user name and password, and then you can access your account. Your tunes should be there, if they are stored online. If they were stored on your old computer, you are probably out of luck.

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How to fix -3221 error displays when accessing iTunes Store


change the permission level for iTunes and iTunesHelper to allow full access.

This should allow iTunes and iTunesHelper to both send and receive data from the iTunes Store.

Additional Information
More information on changing permissions can be found in the McAfee Personal Firewall Plus User's Guide.

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Can't log in to iTunes account. Company cancelled my email address and I changed computers.


Change the Default Email on an iTunes Account
If you want to purchase and download items from the iTunes Store, iTunes requires that you create an account.
It uses the email given during registration as your default Apple ID for logging into iTunes services and for sending receipts for purchases.
If your primary email address changes, you can edit your account information to use a new default email address.

Launch iTunes, and then select "Sign In" from the "Store" toolbar menu.
Type your current account credentials and click "Sign In."
Select "View My Account" from the "Store" menu, type your account credentials again and then click "View Account."
Click the "Edit" button beside your Apple ID on the "Account Information" page.

Type the new email you want to use beside "Email," and then click "Done" to change the default email address associated with your iTunes account.

Changing account information
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1918



Access an iTunes Account From Another Computer
Your iTunes account allows you to purchase music, videos, and other types of media directly from the iTunes Store, and can be accessed from a number of devices, including your iPhone.
In order to access your iTunes account from another computer, you must enter your account information into the Sign In page of the iTunes program.
Once signed in, you can authorize the computer to play media purchased from the iTunes Store and set up other iTunes-exclusive features, including Home Sharing.

Click "Start" on your Windows PC's taskbar, then click "Programs," "Apple," and "iTunes" to run the program.
For Macintosh computers, open the Applications folder in "Finder" and double-click the "iTunes" icon.
Click the "iTunes Store" tab, then click the "Sign In" button on the right side of the program window.

Type in your registered Apple I.D. email address and password, and click the "Sign In" button.
Click the tab in the upper-right corner of the iTunes Store window with your email address on it, and type in your account password.
Click the "View Account" button to access your iTunes account.
Click the tabs on the right side of the window to access different areas of the account.
Click the "Done" tab to save and exit out of your account settings.

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2731


Change My iTunes Account Settings
Apple iTunes is a digital media player that you can use to download and play audio, video, podcast and television shows.
It's compatible with both the Windows and Mac operating systems and it can sync its files with the iPod, iPhone and iPad.
Your account settings are used to manage your iTunes account and store your email address, payment information and password.
If you wish to change your settings, you can do so in a few clicks.
Launch the iTunes application on the desktop.
Sign in with your iTunes user name and password.
Click the "Store" link at the top of the screen.
Click "View My Account" type in your password, then click "View My Account" once more.
Click "Edit."
Select the settings you wish to change such as email address, password or payment options by highlighting them and changing the information in the boxes.
Click "Done" when you have made your changes.
Changing account information
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1918

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Was just checking the specifications on that model and it appears to NOT be 2.0 as they were showing it as an option on that model.

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Restart the computer, pressing F8 as it boots up. Select "Safe Mode" on the menu that comes up. Log in to the Administrator account (shouldn't have a password unless you put one in), and try installing iTunes again.

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don't just uninstall itunes, you must uninstall all apple products includeing quicktime. then download and install newest version of itunes.

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you connect the device of it or not then you try it and your folder scan it after then you try

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