Currently Being ModeratedJun 9, 2013 6:34 AM (in response to neilbaldwin)
So I went to 11.0.4 since I had nothing to lose with it crashing all the time, been open for 2 plus days now with no crashes so fingers crossed they sorted it out, I couldn't do a day before with version 11.0.3. Hope this helps those in the same boat that I was in.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 9, 2013 7:53 AM (in response to kuduboet)
THanks for the tip, Kudu. Earlier I had contacted Apple Support, and the fix they offerred crshed after a couple of hours. I've done the 11.0.4 upgrade, and will keep my fingers crossed. It's been a real pain. Until the 11.0.3 upgrade I never had any problems with iTunes (I'm running OS 10.6.8)
Currently Being ModeratedJun 26, 2013 5:20 PM (in response to neilbaldwin)
Yeah I came this thread because I AM using 11.0.4 and I'm getting all kinds of crashing and app lock-up. I'm importing a bunch of old CDs and iTunes crashes/locks up every 4 or 5 discs. I just zapped PRAM like five times on restart followed by five permission repairs in succession. So clearly THAT didn't work.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 19, 2013 1:30 AM (in response to thscha)
Same here. Having iTunes 11.0.5 (5) on OS X 10.8.4. The freeze seems always to appear while listening to aac streams (that are manually created and added to a "MyRadio" playlist).
The Problem persists since 11.x.x. Apple, please get your hands on to fix that.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 24, 2013 7:38 AM (in response to thscha)
I also got this problem in windows 8 64bit, but I found the solution.
Follow these step:
1. From your desktop, right-click "My Computer" and click "Properties" (If you don't have the "My Computer" icon on your desktop, use the following steps, 0.1 - 0.5)
0.1 - Click the Start Menu button (Or use the Windows button on your keyboard)
0.2 - Locate "Computer" (should be in the right panel near the middle)
0.3 - Right-click on "Computer"
0.4 - Click "Properties" from the option pane
0.5 - This should have opened the "System" window (in the control panel also), continue to step 2
2. In the "System" window, click on "Advanced system settings", this brings up the "System Properties" window
3. In the "System Properties" window, click on the "Advanced" tab
4. In the "Advanced tab", click the "Environment Variables" button
5. In the "Environment Variables window", find and highlight the "Path" variable in the "Systems Variables" section
6. Click the "Edit" button to bring up the "Edit System Variable" window.
7. Finally, place your mouse cursor at the very end of the "Variable Value", and modify the variable value by adding the following (EXACTLY) to the end:
;C:\program files (x86)\common files\apple\apple application support\