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1274 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 6, 2009 2:51 PM by faro99
Currently Being ModeratedDec 8, 2008 1:24 PM (in response to bo_craw)Small world! I've just posted the following on the installing and upgrading discussion board, having just upgraded to V22.214.171.124:
"No trouble upgrading but I've just tried to synch my 30GB iPod and I'm being told that "this computer is no longer authorised to play purchased items that are on the iPod. Would you like to authorise this computer for items purchased from the iTunes store? If you do not authorise this computer 63 songs, including "Lights" will be removed from the iPod".
I've been using iTunes on this PC without being prompted in this way since iTunes began; I've certainly purchased more than 63 songs, and I don't have a song called "Lights" anywhere in my library!
So then I try to re-authorise the computer. It prompts me for an Apple ID but the field already has one of my kids' IDs in it. I overtype my Apple ID, enter my password, click authorise...iTunes accesses the iTunes store, then returns the authorise computer screen and prompts again for an Apple ID, this time with my other kid's ID already in it. Again I overtype my ID, password, click authorise, then it comes back with the same screen as before but with one of my kid's friends IDs! Overtype mine for the third time, click authorise, it thinks about it, then proudly annouces that "This computer is already authorised, including this one you have 3 out of 5 authorised". Click OK, same proud announcement, click OK, same proud announcement. Click OK, guess what:
"this computer is no longer authorised to play purchased items that are on the iPod. Would you like to authorise this computer for items urchased from eth iTunes store? If you do not authorise this computer 63 songs, including "Lights" will be removed from the iPod".
If its relevant I'm running XP home edition.
Any advice anyone, please? Thank you."Windows XP