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  • EgonX Level 1 Level 1

    Try resetting your PRAM. I was having this issue but it wasn't just with iTunes. It turned out iTunes was just the most noticable. I repaired permisisons, verified the disk, but it wasn't until I reset the PRAM that it finally seemed to settle down.


    How to reset your PRAM

  • budoman Level 1 Level 1

    Update did not fix mine. But my issue seems to be a bit different. It happens if I leave iTunes open for an unknow length of time, it just hangs. For example, if I leave iTunes open overnight and check it the next day, it's hung up.

  • Stefan_K Level 1 Level 1



    I do have the same problem - still no solution yet.

  • MacGallant Level 2 Level 2

    Try this, it worked for me: In the Applications folder --Left click iTunes and select "Get Info" and put a check in the checkbox for "Prevent Nap Mode" and close the Get info Box for iTunes and now iTunes is back to normal speed and won't hang on quit.

  • budoman Level 1 Level 1

    I presume you are referring to iTunes running under Mavericks? I am running it under Mountain Lion and have not yet installed Mavericks as I wait for all the early adopters to flesh out the bugs and incompatibilities.

  • h4ndcrafted Level 1 Level 1

    Well I was talking about using it on Lion not mountain, but I upgraded to Mavericks fine.


    I use a lot of audio apps with various external sound cards and peripherals, and all though I normally wait, I upgraded straight away as I figured it would have many major changes other than UI.


    I haven't come across any issues effecting what I do. The only thing I have is the new transfer graphic stuck on the launch icon in the dock for some reason. Once an App needs an update I hope it will go after the update.

  • h4ndcrafted Level 1 Level 1

    Wouldn't have many major changes other than UI*


    Sorry can't edit as you can't access that on iPad, doh Apple.

  • budoman Level 1 Level 1

    I thought you were referring to Mavericks because I don't see any check box that says "Prevent Nap Mode" in the Get Info window. You are referring to "right" clicking the app icon and the app's Get Info correct?


    Mavericks broke Gmail support in Apple Mail and I use Parallels 8 to run Windows virtually for certain tasks. I would have to upgrade to Parallels 9 for Mavericks support. Suddenly the "Free" OS update starts costing me money that I don't want to spend right now.

  • h4ndcrafted Level 1 Level 1

    Never mind, I was referring to the original topic about the info glitch in iTunes.

  • MacGallant Level 2 Level 2

    Sorry I meant to say RIght click on iTunes in the applications folder to select it and do a get info, and put a check in the "prevent nap mode"; yeah I am talking about Mavericks and iTunes, it worked for me.

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