4010 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 4, 2009 12:33 PM by K J
Have you tried removing iTunes since the Archive and Install, and then download and install iTunes again?
Make sure iTunes is closed - Go to Applications folder in finder - Drop iTunes App in Trash, Empty Trash, Restart Mac
-Download iTunes http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
*The following article assists with full removal of iTunes components, Before doing this you will want to ensure all your music is properly backed up. iTunes content is typically stored in the Music folder - iTunes - iTunes music. If you have the ability. Backup your entire iTunes Folder.
Back up your iTunes library by copying to an external hard drive
How to back up your media in iTunes
Removing iTunes for Mac OS X
I wound up following your links about removing all instances of iTunes including pulling all pieces out of the libraries. ONE NOTE, I also saw a com.apple.ipod (or something like that) in one of the Libraries folders and deleted that one as well. It appears I am in business. One of my larger apps did not sync down to iTunes from the iPhone, so I deleted it and will try and reload it later. Other than that, it appears I am back in business - THANKS!
Edit: I did NOT blow away my music in the music folder. iTunes found it with no problems (YET!)
Message was edited by: K J