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    Getting mad at iTunes.

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    Getting mad at iTunes.
    I recently got an iPod, so I updated iTunes to 9.0.2. Now I can't get iTunes to open at all and I've been trying for two hours. I know nothing about computers, so any help is appreciated.

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    Getting mad at iTunes.
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    Is all other software updated??
    Have you tried to log out and back in again??
    Tried Repair disk permissions ??

    These are the 1st things you should try then if no luck post back.

    Repairing disk permissions

    YourHD>Applications>Utilities>Disk Utilities ...
    Then click on your HD in the left column then Repair Disk Permissions ....
    Try this and post back

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    Getting mad at iTunes.

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    Doing software update now. Thanks.

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    Getting mad at iTunes.

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    Okay that worked. Thanks a TON. I feel like an idiot now.

    Thanks for changing my thread title, now I sound like a girl.

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    Getting mad at iTunes.
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    Is that title better?

    Glad you got your issue fixed.

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    Getting mad at iTunes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0_____0 View Post
    Okay that worked. Thanks a TON. I feel like an idiot now.
    Your welcome ...
    And by the way no question is a silly one or make you seem like a idiot...

    We arnt all teck geeks including me
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    Getting mad at iTunes.

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    I tried the fix from above and it didn't work. I've reinstalled itunes and it is still having the same problems. I'm on the verge of reformatting because of this.

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    Getting mad at iTunes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thelyfe View Post
    I tried the fix from above and it didn't work. I've reinstalled itunes and it is still having the same problems. I'm on the verge of reformatting because of this.
    Run Disk Utility from your install disc and do the permission and HD repairs, and then see if that solves it.
    If not, try FSCK, PRAM reset and NVRAM reset, before you get to doing a clean install.
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    Getting mad at iTunes.

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    I'm having the same problem. I've completely uninstalled the previous version of iTunes (using Apple's instructions from their support site) and installed iTunes 9.0.2. When I click on the icon it flashed briefly as if loading, but that's it! Tried repairing disk permissions....no go. I don't know what resetting FSCK, PRAM or NVRAM means....plse can someone explain? thx a million.

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    Getting mad at iTunes.

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    Me again. Since learned about resetting FSCK (to the extent that I can) and I've reset the PRAM/NVRAM. Still not able to run iTunes.

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