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i'm sorry, i had no idea where to post this and dunno if this forum is even FOR me since i'm currently operating on a PC.

Does anyone know anything about why whenever I have itunes on, and am doing more than one thing on it (ie, deleting music while playing a song, or importing music while editing song names, etc) my computer always shuts down in the middle.

I know Windows sucks CHEERLEADERS, but my MBP was stolen and I don't have the $$ to replace it yet and I'm stuck with a PC. It's not the processing speed or RAM or anything, i've got 9GB RAM and 3.+ghz processor. Also about 550gb free space on a 1T harddrive.

I'm running itunes 10.1.1.4 on Windows 7 Professional version.

Thanks if you can help.
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Are you running Windows 7 Professional 32 or 64 Bit? Because I know there's an option for Windows 64 bit iTunes and if you downloaded that and are only running 32 bit it could be a problem. The best advice I can give you is go back in time and get lojack for your MBP.
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Also make sure you have all the current updates for Win 7.

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I've moved your post to a more proper forum; please be sure to check the forum descriptions in the future to find the best place to post.

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