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Itunes Start up Problem


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yuhel

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I have used iTunes for listening to music for a long time, and recently I got an iPod too.
When I tried to install my ipod, my itunes began having problems: everytime I would try to open the application, it would open a window with text and "agree" "disagree" buttons at the bottom, but that window would dissappear after less than a second.
I uninstalled both itunes and my ipod, restarted, and then reinstalled itunes (without the ipod), but I just keep having the same problem.
Does anyone know how i can get itunes to work normally again? :whistling:
Thanks.
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umm.. when u got the ipod u should have got a cd with it aswell. there should be itunes on the cd, install itunes of the cd

Edited by daniel_c, 20 May 2006 - 11:48 PM.

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I did install the itunes from the CD, but that gave me the same problem, so then I uninstalled it and tried to just install itunes from the apple website like I had before I got an iPod, but that did the same thing...
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Follow up:
I spent alot of time cleaning my computer of viruses last night, and now it works, so I guess it was really just a virus.
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