Question about Apple iTunes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The short answer is: realistically, you can't.
The longer answer is: while some folks report that they've gotten iTunes to run under Linux/Ubuntu w/ Wine, it ain't pretty, and it probably won't recognize your iPhone.
The much longer answer is: I finally broke down and got a refurbished PC w/ Windows Vista on it mainly so my 3 sons and I could manage our iPods (3 iPod Videos and a Nano). I still don't like iTunes, and rarely if ever buy any music with it (I download most of my music from amazon.com these days), but it remains the only sure way to manage your iPod and/or iPhone until Apple decides to open their specs.
Sorry to be a downer...you might just get it to work if you put a LOT of time and effort into Wine or running Windows in a virtual machine, but the easiest (and perhaps cheapest in the long run) way to go is to have a cheap Windows machine around.
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Posted on Mar 17, 2009
I got this from another forum.
Hold Shift down as iTunes starts up and it'll ask you to choose a library. Choose the one at the new location - dir iTunes - and it's fixed. I just did it having had the same problem.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: Lost Itunes Music Files
if you you use realplayer you can import all the files off of it.
as far is i know this only works with music files not video or music that are non plus.
make sure that when you import the files that you are importing as mp3.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
If you have reinstalled your XP and you did have your music files on C: then they are gone :O(
But you can try to get them again with this software :
Hope that helps
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Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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This solution worked for another person trying to do the same thing.
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Go to add or remove programs in the control panel, on Windows 7, just go to start, control panel, and then uninstall a program. Find Apple Software Update on the list, and click on repair. Once that is done, try to download iTunes again and it should work.
Pulled from http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-49217-error-msg-with-installing-itunes
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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