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twisterX

iTunes never launches

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i downloaded the generic install dvd and itunes works with the version it comes with but if i try to update it to like 6.0.3 it never starts up.

 

the version that comes on the install is 4.8.

 

i tried to update to 5 and it works but anything more doesnt.

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You probably got OS X 10.4.1, which is old and can't run any newer apps like iTunes. You almost certainly want OS X 10.4.3. If you really want iTunes on 10.4.1, context-click/right-click on the iTunes icon, choose "get info" and check "Open in Rosetta".

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i cant believe how fast the os x gets out dated. I hate the deadmoo image becuase i could never get it to work.

 

So i get the install disk even thugh it was old.

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iTunes should work fine in 10.4.1... I'm using it now.

 

Providing you run the patch from Maxxuss everything works fine. I've installed several native intel PPC apps successfully using the patched oa750 file too.

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