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    This is a nice start.

    However, not everyone has been so happy with their iTunes experience on the PC. One of the most serious complaints came from a number of Windows 2000 Professional users, who said installing iTunes appeared to crash their machines.

    Apple's discussion boards featured more than a dozen other people reporting similar problems.

    Apple's Lowe said the company is looking into the issue.

    "We have seen some isolated reports of people locking up after restart," he said. "We are investigating that."

    Apple recommended that those who have the problem boot their machine in Windows' "safe mode" by holding down the Shift key while restarting and temporarily uninstall iTunes. Some customers also reported having problems while restarting in safe mode, though.


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  2. File Sharing   -   #2
    FoxFour
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    I tried installing the PC version of iTunes as well- twice, and it failed both times. Installing K-Lite is so much easier..

  3. File Sharing   -   #3
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    I installed iTunes without a crash or freeze.
    And it's only on Windows 2000 Professional.
    And they are fixing it.
    There are lot of people who have similiar
    problems with KaZaaLite too so don't go
    being all high and mighty.

  4. File Sharing   -   #4
    Originally posted by GLiO@20 October 2003 - 23:18
    I installed iTunes without a crash or freeze.
    And it's only on Windows 2000 Professional.
    And they are fixing it.
    There are lot of people who have similiar
    problems with KaZaaLite too so don't go
    being all high and mighty.
    I have never heard of someone whose computer crashed for installing K-Lite.

  5. File Sharing   -   #5
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    My computer crashed while installing Kazaa Lite.

    NOT! LOL.

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