after updating itunes to latest version itunes simply will not open so i've un-installed it all then went to re-install it and now it wont even do that it will either come up with an error saying quicktime is out of date please re-install (which i proceed to do and get the joy of itunes not wanting to load again) or an error saying 'bonjour service' needs my permission or something to be stopped so i can continue.i really have no idea how to do this because i can't find bonjour anywhere on my pc.
I have an iBook G4 that runs on OS X. Today, my software update box popped up, and I downloaded the new version of itunes. It worked. Then the other update didn't finish. I'm not sure if that's connected. Now, my itunes won't open. When I first tried, nothing would happen. So I restarted the computer, but it wouldn't full restart (stuck on the box with an apple, acting like it was starting up but never did). So I did an archive install with my discs. That worked. But now when I try to open itunes, a box pops up and says that "you cannot use this application with this version of OS X." What?? I feel tricked and panicky. What can I do?
The last 2 days i have a problem with iTunes. Everytime I try to open it, i get the message "Itunes quit unexpectedly". I deleted iTunes and installed it again, but the same thing happens. I am new in Mac so i may have made some mistake in deleting it.
I know that there are most likely a lot of these threads around, but I feel like I've tried about everything. This all happened this morning when I was about to open my itunes. It wouldn't open, instead an error popped up saying that it quit unexpectedly.
Just transferred my iTunes data from Snow Leopard to Lion ( Both same version of iTunes} and I am getting a message saying the iTunes will no longer sync Photos to my iPhone. Has something been changed as far as photo syncing?
Info: MacPro 2.66, Mac OS X (10.6.7), GB ram.. iLife 08 /Aperture / CS 5
When importing songs into iTunes, the software by default is set to copy the music files to the iTunes media folder and convert them to .m4a format. This, of course, results in having two copies of each song after the import is done. Before I disable this option I'd like to know what you think are the pros and cons of having this option enabled/disabled.
Ever since I downloaded iplayer - my mac has been running slow. I have followed a few tips to remove it and all other related files - but it still runs low (spinning wheel of death) and now pdf's dont download correctly (I guess I have deleted too much).
My ideal would be to start from scrach - although I want to keep my itunes and iphotos files as well as my documents. Is there a way to reload back to factory settings then add selected programs and folders from timemachine? I am in the process of timemachine backing up everything now.
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I have a MacBook Pro and it seems that every time I try to open my iTunes it doesn't open; it says iTunes is not responding and so when I force quit the application it comes up with a problem report to send to apple because I have force quit it.
my mac wont open up a different itunes account. i have one and so does my son but all of a sudden it wont let me open his. pressing option when clicking on itunes and then choose account but then it just brigs a small box up with my itunes in it and no option to switch to another account.
I have an imac with OS 10.7 I receive an error message when I try to open itunes. I also just got a new ipod touch and I get the same error message when I plug it to the computer. I guess the ipod trys to lauch itunes upon hook up. The message say " check with the deveoper to make sure itunes works with this version of Mac os X you may need to reinstall the application. be sure to install any updates for the application and Mac os X" I have reinstalled the app multiple times and checked for any updates to the OS.
When I try to open itunes on my Macbook Pro I get the following message: "The file “iTunes Library.itl” cannot be read because it was created by a newer version of iTunes" -- I download, and then it closes and never opens and the process starts again when I try to open itunes again!
I can't open iTunes Store. It keeps on saying "One Moment Please. Connecting to the iTunes Store. Loading ... " but nothing loads even after hours of waiting. I can't even login to my iTunes account. It keeps on giving me error -50. It says "We could not complete your iTunes Store request. An unknown error occurred (-50). There was an error in the iTunes Store. Please try again later.
I am running OS X 10.4.11 on an iMac PowerPC G4. After restarting following a power outage I found that I cannot open iTunes 8.0.2 or Mail 2.1. When I try to open from the dock or applications folder the icons bounce a few times and then stop. I have run Disk Utilities and repaired permissions and verified the disk. I have also uninstalled and then reinstalled iTunes without success.
My mate gave me a USB with some .mp3 files on it. When I double click the files they do not open in iTunes. What I mean is, iTunes opens but nothing actually plays; they are not added to the Library. I can open them in Quicktime and they play perfectly, but for some reason they will not play through iTunes.