704 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Jul 20, 2006 9:57 AM by Frobozz
I've just been able to access the file in question and listen to the preview. I think it is worth trying again. It may be just that the ITMS server is overloaded and giving you spurious messages as to why the download is not possible. This has happened to me but a subsequent attempt has proven successful.
Hope this helps.
I am having the same problem with that album. I don't know whether it's really not available, or whether this is some kind of "bug" in iTunes. I realize the record company (Disney) determines whether something is available or not, but it seems odd that they wouldn't want to have this album for sale at a time when the new movie would encourage people to buy the old soundtrack as well.
Could it be that I haven't upgraded to the newest version of iTunes? (I'm still using version 6.0.1.) Any ideas?
iMac G5 Mac OS X (10.3.9) 5G 60GB iPod
Well, it's good to know that it isn't just me. Note, I got another email from the iTunes people, perhaps a bolierplate, dunno ... the email went something like this:
Apple takes the quality of products offered on the iTunes Music Store very seriously, and is currently investigating the issue you reported in depth.
Please do not attempt to download this title again within the next two to three weeks. This will give us time to resolve the issue with the title or remove it if we need to.
Thank you for your patience as we work to make your experience with the iTunes Music Store more enjoyable
yeah, OK ... I'll wait a few years before I download the music I want. Har ! Guess they are trying to figure it out though. So,......, I'll just wait
And my Itunes is current version, so the updater tells me ...
Mac OS X (10.4.7)