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iTunes giving me a headache!


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Good day you'll.

so this is what I have.

Mac Pro
OS X 10.5.2
2.6GHz Quad
6 Gb Ram
iTunes 7.6.1
1Tb HD

And hears the problem! I've been importing my movie's the the iTunes movie folder. I have about 38 movies in there and I could open them all fine! Then one day wanting to watch one of these movie it crashes, not just iTunes! O NO! my whole computer crashes! I get the pinwheel and the computer just hangs. I can not force quite, in-fact the only thing I can do is move the mouse. I have to "cold restart" the Mac.

Does anyone have any ideas out there??

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is this an isolated incident? or does it keep happening?

if so, same movie? same spot in said movie?
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this is not an isolated incident. It happens every time I try to open ANY movie. And the movies doesn't even get a chance to start. I click to open, any movie, and I get the pinwheel right off the bat. Speaking of bats! I might take one to this program!!
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