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ITunes stops working when i try to sync my iphone a microsoft window pops up saying iTunes has stopped working A problem caused the program to stop working corectly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.

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I'm having this same exact problem...seems to be something in audio files -- if I uncheck synching music and podcasts it works fine. but as soon as I try to sync with music and/or podcasts I get the same error.

Someone please help

Posted on Nov 14, 2010

  • evie999 Nov 21, 2010

    im having same problem someone help please

  • fjes6 Apr 04, 2011

    I too am experiencing issues, I decided to sync my phone to my new computer knowing that in the process it would erase my old library before syncing the new one. After everything was deleted itunes would stop working and the program would close while preparing to sync the new library. My phone is a 3g and it is jailbroken. I would like to resolvew this without restoring my phone and losing the jailbreak. HELP!

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