1442 Views 8 Replies Latest reply: Oct 9, 2006 7:47 AM by William Gray1
i found this in another forum and it fixed mine
OK, I think I might have a solution, as this was happening to me.
• Open "Audio MIDI Setup" under "Utilities"
• Under "Properties For" select the appropriate "Output" (Built In, Line Out, Etc)
• Make Sure "Format" is "44100.0 Hz"
Some applications erroneously change this setting causing some audio to cease to play.
I have the same problem too. Only it crashes about 5 seconds after opening ITunes. I even thought I would try to play my music through Front Row but the songs skip and completely stop after 10 seconds. I am so bummed—hopefully Apple will have a fix/update soon! (ALthough after reading about all the problems everyone is having his will have to be one BIG update!!! Probably won't be coming that soon!
Have you tried updating to Mac OS X 10.4.8?
Someone said that fixed the problem they were having with the new iTunes 7.
As for the rest of you-
Have you taken a look at this article yet?
Ya, actually i tried all the following tips from within this forum. The only thing i have not done is go back to Itunes 6. (need to update my profile now to say 10.4.8.
1. Restarted the computer
2. Upgraded to Itunes 7.01
3. Turned off the preference to auto download missing album atworrk
4. Downloaded Update Washer/used it
5. Upgraded OS X 10.4.4 to OS X 10.4.8
6. Re-Installed Quicktime