4203 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Aug 9, 2010 1:58 PM by Jay Shaw
Hi there ..
had exactly the same problem as described above, after the latest update of iTunes. Then I tried to play the same m4p-files using Quicktime instead. But - also in Quicktime, none of the music files could be played!! Finally I repaired the file access rights. Did not help either.
After all , I did a complete reboot of my Computer. That "resolved" the problem. Since then I have not had any incidents. I must admit - I am not happy with this work around - as I always want to know why something doesn't work - but ... that's all I can contribute so far
Same issue for me. Happened as soon as I upgraded to 184.108.40.206. I tried numerous work arounds to fix it:
*reverted back to an older install, same issue
*reinstalled 220.127.116.11 on the old again, same issue
*reinstalled QT only (I'm thinking it's an issue with the latest QT), same issue
*did a complete removal as per apple (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1923), same issue...
Airwolf... what's this file access rights "fix" you tried.
APPLE PLEASE HELP! I want my itunes back...
Just an update. I found this that didn't help me but may help others:
Also, I solved my problem by disabling "exclusive mode" to prevent applications from taking exclusive control of my audio (accessed this through speaker properties).