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I tunes is not recognizing my iphone 4g its giving me always an error message iTunes.exe has been set to run in compatibility mode for an older version of Windows. For best results, turn off compatibility mode for iTunes before you open it. i'm having windows 7 64 bit i tried everything i tried to turn off the compatibility mode but the boxes are already unchecked i tried uninstall itunes and re-install it again but the same issue appears again PLEASE HELP

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Hello. Did you download the 64 bit iTunes??

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