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  • doguru Level 1 (0 points)
    Have you tried turning on QTTask and iTunesHelper? I usually disable these startup entries and just now when I re-enabled them, the Bonjour errors stopped. I was regularly getting about 15-30 errors every time I booted the machine.

    From everything I have dealt with in the last few weeks with this software, I have realized that all of it revolves around the "normal" functioning of Quicktime. One of my OS's (Vista) was giving me problems updating the software and my sister's machine (also Vista) gave me nightmares until I sorted it out today.
  • tswaters Level 1 (0 points)
    I've been getting 3 event viewer errors every 3 minutes or so since -- as far back as the event viewer archive goes, around May. I must say, these forums are not helpful. I've removed Bonjour from my computer -- in all honesty, I never was sure what it was for and I have a feeling it was bundled when I installed Apple programs I actually use. iTunes and Safari. Both rarely.
  • Patryk1978 Level 1 (0 points)
    Same issues with me, but I NEED Bonjour to use networked printer and time capsule. Apple please fix it!
  • chevysales Level 1 (25 points)
    well what do you know....apple fixed it with a latter release only to have it now come back in itunes 10.

    god why do they keep having the exact same api problem?
  • bb193 Level 1 (0 points)
    I'm getting swamped with 3 Bonjour errors in the event log every 16 seconds - and I'm using XP not Windows 7.

    I had it before, in iTunes 9, and hoped that the latest upgrade to iTunes 10 would help - it made no difference.

    If anyone gets a solution, I'd be grateful - it does render the Applications log useless, because any other errors just get swamped.
  • coffeefinger Level 1 (0 points)
    b noir, such a cry baby. go home to mommy will ya? bringing old thread to life.

    chevy, I agree. Apple needs to get their heads out of their ... From a coding point of view Bonjour service is appearing like a "virus". Hm.... makes ya wonder, right?

    I disabled it too... running current itunes; same reoccurring issue.
  • Scott3G Level 1 (0 points)
    Add me to the list...getting
    Task Scheduling Error: m->NextScheduledSPRetry 2995 errors in the event log. They happen in clusters of 15 or so then go away for several hours.

    Any news?
  • ilyabourim Level 1 (0 points)
    Hey, I've went to download the bonjour service from apple website. Installed it and it seem to have fixed all the problems. I hope this helps.

    http://support.apple.com/kb/dl999

    I have vista.
  • mremulator Level 1 (0 points)
    It's an older Version though... 2.0.2, as opposed to 2.0.4, which comes bundled with iTunes. Who cares as long as works though I guess.
  • mremulator Level 1 (0 points)
    For info. Not fixed here by the way... Apple??
  • rotti99 Level 1 (0 points)
    Hey guys!
    Doguru solved it allready (see above). I had exactly the same problem and I found that qttask was deactivated - also do that most of the time - bonjour was enabled. After enabling qttask.exe and a reboot (manually starting doesn't work!) the problem was gone.

    I used Sysinternals autoruns to disable qttask.exe in the first place - so just had to reactivate it...

    Thanks to doguru!

    Rotti
  • antun Level 1 (0 points)
    Hi Rotti,

    How did you re-enable qttask.exe and iTunesHelper?

    I don't see qtttask or iTunesHelperin the list of services (My Computer>manage>Services and Applications>Services). I also don't see qttask.exe in the list of running processes in Task Manager. (iTunesHelper.exe is there though).

    This is with iTunes 10.1.2.17 and QuickTime 7.6.9 (1680.9) on Windows XP.

    I've also done a search across the whole hard drive for qttask.exe, but couldn't find it.

    Thanks,

    Antun
  • BigMike0596 Level 1 (0 points)
    I have two Win7 x64 systems. One has Bonjour errors happening repeatedly and the other without problems. So what is different between the systems? One is Ultimate (no problems) and the other is Home Premium.

    Perhaps everyone with Bonjour errors can post which version of win7 x64 they are using to isolate the problem.
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