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I just downloaded iTunes and it says it can't open because there's no default application to open it. This is weird because I had iTunes on here. (I made the mistake of upgrading it only to find that it wouldn't work with my system
so I decided to just download an earlier version). I have OS X 10.4 Tiger.
What application do I need to open iTunes? Thanks.
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