Question about Apple iTunes
I understand you are receiving error 13010 when trying to open iTunes. If you are using iTunes 8.0.2. I suggest you upgrade (but if you cannot): Remove the Genius database In the "Finder" go to the /username/Music/iTunes/ directory and delete the "iTunes Library Genius.itdb" file. This should allow the program to launch again. This file will be recreated upon first use of the "Genius" feature.
If you are windows, Remove the Genius database In the "My Documents" go to the /My Documents/Music/iTunes/ directory and delete the "iTunes Library Genius.itdb" file. This should allow the program to launch again. This file will be recreated upon first use of the "Genius" feature.
NOTE: If your using Vista or WIN 7 go to /yourusername/Music (one directory back from My Music (from above =)),
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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