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hi,

if IE, change to firefox and make it default. it will solve the issue.
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hi! I've been trying to copy my apps from my iPhone to my macbook but it is not working at all after I've synced it, the apps are not showing in the "apps" category, also i tried to authorize my computer but my iTunes store keeps saying "iTunes could not connect to the iTunes store the host is down make sure your connection is active and try again" even though i am on the internet at this exact ,having received the message a minute ago, my wifi is working fine can you please tell me what to do to get my iTunes store to work and to sync my apps? triton your reply was not for macs right?
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anyone? please
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Ok, I'm having the same problem. I currently have a iMac os x version 10.4.11.  Whenever I try to update my itunes, I get a " can't connect to network" message, but i am able to use my safari for internet without any problems. What do I need to do to make it work? Do I need to update my computer? 

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