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Cant access itunes store

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Until recently access to itunes store via itunes was not a problem, now when I try to access everything acts as if I have not choosen the store and nothing happens, no error messages etc. I've looked at firewall for blockage and also double check parental settings in preferences to no avail.

Also I can open iTunes after a boot or restart, but if I close it I cannot open again without another reboot.

I use NOD32 and so my firewall is NOD32, not windows. Can the problem be a change in system network settings as a result of installing "Web Freer" browser? I never changed anything, but perhaps the install did. Web Freer may change things so I look like I'm in the US, rather than Bahrain so I can access any web site, even those blocked by Bahrain Government.

I have uninstalled Web Freer, but still can't access store. Sometimes I see an error message referring to timeouts, and other times I see a message saying that this ID is for store in the Philippines, perhaps indicating that when I select the store it is trying to show me a different store than the one setup for my ID (Philippines), but anyway everything worked fine until a couple weeks ago.

Edited by lfarnie, 15 January 2012 - 10:55 PM.

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