Windows® Vista iTunes Problems
Windows Vista iTunes problems. Tips to resolve the issues.
The iTunes may work with Windows Vista computers, but still there are problems that can occur. There might be some compatibility issues, upgradation and installation issues that come in with iTunes for Windows Vista operating system. Compatibility problems include the inability to play music or video purchased from the online iTunes store, difficulties synchronizing contacts, calendars, and possible failures of iPods plugged into a Windows Vista computer. The upgraded versions of Apple iTunes would bring synchronizing capabilities with many popular digital music players in the market. And also the user interface is totally updated to make it easier for the user to scroll through long libraries of music. At times you get authorization issues when you try to play some of the purchased songs.
Here are some of the common problems that can come with iTunes® and tips to solve those problems:
- Compatibility issues
- Up gradation issues
- Installation issues
When you select iTunes version, you need to take care of the compatibility issues with your Windows Vista operating system. If you have Windows Vista installed on your PC, be sure to download the latest version of iTunes. Ejecting or removing your iPod using the safely remove hardware or Windows explorer can corrupt your iPod. It is always good that you upgrade your iTunes to resolve the compatibility issues. There are many new versions available and which works well for Windows Vista.
When you upgrade your Windows Vista, prior to the new versions of iTunes®, there might be issues with the working of your iTunes. It is recommended that whenever you upgrade the OS you should also upgrade your iTunes. For this purpose deauthorize all your iTunes store accounts, enable disk use, uninstall your iTunes, install your new OS, and then reinstall your latest version iTunes. Then choose authorize computer from the store menu in iTunes which will upgrade your iTunes.
Issues might arise when you try to install a latest version of iTunes for your updated iPod software. Even though you uninstall the earlier version and try to install the new one you may get errors like cannot access APPData folder. Make sure that in your home folder you have an APPData folder, these folders are generally found in hidden files and folders. If there is a problem accessing the AppData folder, iTunes isn't the only thing that's going to have problems.