Currently Being ModeratedJan 9, 2013 8:09 PM (in response to DjRodGuimaraes)
You will need two downloadable, completely safe and free applications. These applications can be downloaded off the internet, just search them with google. First you will need an application called "AppZapper". This application is needed because since iTunes is a preloaded program that comes with the software, it is embedded heavily inside the harddrive. AppZapper allows for you to move iTunes 11 to the trash so that 10.7 can be installed. Next you will need a program called Pacifist. This program allows you to replace the new iTunes 11 files with the old 10.7 files. Once that is all done and you are still getting an error message, then simply go back to the iTunes directory and delete the iTunes 11 itl file. Remember to save all of your music to a folder on your desktop so you don't lose anything. Also, you will need to download iTunes 10.7 from the internet. I believe that Apple support still has a 10.7 download available on their website.
If you are still having trouble, then here is a video that will show you step-by-step what you must do.
Cheers and good luck.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 10, 2013 8:37 AM (in response to DjRodGuimaraes)
Before taking the downgrade step. try these simple tips and iTunes should look and behave more like itunes 10
View > ShowSidebar - This will bring back the left hand panel
View > Show Status Bar - This will bring back the grey bar at the bottom which displayed length of playlists etc
Turn off Search Entire Library y clicking on the black arrow to the right of the magnifying glass in search and untick Search Entire Library
This should make itunes look and behave more like iTunes 10
Currently Being ModeratedJan 13, 2013 2:36 PM (in response to DjRodGuimaraes)
App Zapper doesn't work with OSX 10.5.8, so I need a complete list of things to search for and remove from a Leopard volume.
I have fixed my Snow Leopard volumes, which is where I keep my iTunes folder and library. The older OS boot volume, which I did my best to detox, still shows a library that has been tainted by the poison of iTunes 11.
Really. I'm trying to scrape the funds together to buy a back-up drive so I can rebuild from scratch, if necessary.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 19, 2013 5:54 PM (in response to UncleT)
Here's the updated link: