1256 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 8, 2010 12:12 PM by b noir
Yes, just download itunes again. Each "upgrade" is not really an update - it's a complete new install. If you watch the messages going on the screen, it uninstalls the old version and then installs the new version. It is not just a small patch, in other words.
I have never lost music or the itunes library database from an update, but it is always best practice to make sure you have a backup, in case something goes wrong.
but then - nothing. nothing at all, no error message or anything, just normal itunes.
I've seen a few cases of that in recent times, where "Help > Check for updates" doesn't seem to work.
Perhaps try the following instead.
In your "Start" menu, click "All programs" and select "Apple Software Update".
Does ASU launch and offer you the latest "iTunes + QuickTime" version?