1230 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 31, 2007 3:09 PM by Fredrik Malvefors
Was the HD re-formatted or was a new system installed?
If so, your authorization info, which is/was in a hidden file in the 'Shared' folder, was deleted.
If you have 5 authorizations, you can deauthorize all computers, following the directions in this article.
If you don't have 5 authorizations, you can request the iTunes Store to deauthorize your computers, by using the form on this page:
Hope this helps.
17' iMac 800 MHz, 768 MB RAM, 200 GB HD, DL burner Mac OS X (10.4.9) iTunes 7.1.1
No the HD was not formatted or no new system installed. I only created a new account for the person who will inherits my old mac and deleted my account.
I can't find any deauthorize all button but perhaps it only appears when the limit of 5 is reached. I have 4 macs autorized for now.
But now i know that the day i reach the limit there is an solution.