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My itunes isn't working,anyone help?!?!

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    Ok so every time i open it, it doesnt let me click anything it just comes up with a popup saying

    Itunes has stopped working

    Windows is checking for a solution to the problem

    and it searches for a minute or so then just says a problem causes the program to stop working correctly windows will notify you if a solution is available. Then itunes just closes itself.

    Ive downloaded the new version of itunes and quicktime but it made no diffrence. any help appreciated!!!
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    Yep, mine did that too. I don't use it any more for that reason...and I was spending too much while it was working
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    Have you attempted to 'start as administrator' when you right click
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    Try right-clicking and running as administrator if you use Windows 7. If that fails to work your best option is probably to uninstall it and reinstall/download.



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