Lost itunes after Windows 7 upgrade
New Windows 7 computer iTunes doesn't see AppleTV
I have done some searching around and it appears that part of the problem may be that a Windows XP computer and iTunes was used to sync with the AppleTV in the past.
Upgraded to Windows 7 computer and now iTunes does not see the AppleTV. Other than the addition of the Windows 7 computer (and deletion of the Windows XP computer from the network), the network has not changed.
Some folks have said you need to reset the AppleTV, setup the network again, and then look in iTunes and it should see it. Others say that hasn't worked for them and Windows 7 still does not see the AppleTV.
Is it necessary to reset and then sync fresh from iTunes to the AppleTV even though all the stuff is already there on AppleTV?
It would seem so since the computer that was used to sync originally is no longer there.
Windows Anytime Upgrade: frequently asked questions
Here are answers to some common questions about Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade. How much does each edition of Windows 7 cost? Can I use Windows Anytime Upgrade to upgrade a previous version of Windows to Windows 7? Can I upgrade both 32-bit versions and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 with Windows Anytime Upgrade? Can I upgrade more than one computer to a different edition of Windows 7 with Windows Anytime Upgrade? How can I find out if my computer will run features in other editions of Windows 7? Can I return to the edition of Windows 7 my computer was running before the upgrade?
Itunes.exe bad image: softpub.dll is either not designed to run on windows
Every time I try to open itunes I receive the following error message.
"C:\windows\system32\softpub.dll is either not designed to run on windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact yoursystem administrator or the software vendor for support."
I have tried repairing and reinstalling itunes. I uninstalled every single apple product before retrying the install. I even tried replacing the softpub.
Basically, my only option seems to be restoring my machine to factory settings, which I am really trying to avoid. I'd say screw itunes and get something else but I have an iphone
I am running Windows 7 home premium edition service pack 1 on an Asus PC.
Upgrading from Win XP Pro to Win 7 Pro problems
I have just upgraded my PC from Windows XP Pro to Windows 7 Pro, I got a upgrade disk, but now that I have installed Windows 7 it shows that I only have 120GB of space left on my 250GB hard-drive ?
I selected Custom Install but it seems to have got info on programs etc from XP when I click on the Windows Old folder it created, I want this to be a complete install, it should take what20-30gb of hard-drive space, how do I get it to delete everything ?
120gb is not going to be enough as I am yet to install itunes or any of my games please help !
When I upgraded Vista on my laptop to Windows 7 it just deleted everything, but it is not letting me do this on my PC I have just got the Windows 7 upgrade disk, it says it upgrades from XP & Vista.
What is Windows Anytime Upgrade?
Windows Anytime Upgrade is the way to quickly upgrade your current edition of Windows 7 to another edition of Windows 7 to get more features. You can use Windows Anytime Upgrade only to upgrade from one edition of Windows 7 to another edition of Windows 7. It's not designed to upgrade from a previous version of Windows to Windows 7.
Connecting Windows 7 and iPad 2
I'm not sure whether Windows 7 is the right place to post this because I haven't a clue what the problem is. I am running Windows 7 SP1 64 bit and I'm trying to connect my IPAD to sync with iTunes.
When I plug in the usb line, I hear the sound the pc normally makes when you connect a device. However, the IPAD is not recognized by iTunes nor does Windows recognize the device as a removable disk (as it does with my camera or Walkman).
To solve the problem, I must uninstall iTunes which means I must also uninstall Bonjour Services, Apple software update, Apple Mobile Device Support and Apple Application Support and then re-install of them.
Once that is done, the IPAD and iTunes connect just fine and the sync-ing works as designed. I can then unplug the IPAD and plug it back in as many times as I want or stop and restart iTunes as many times as I want and everything works and connects just fine.
But as soon as I shut my PC down and restart it, the PC no longer recognizes the IPAD until Ido the whole uninstall/reinstall thing.
I don't often update to new releases of iTunes but I would like to connect the iPAD to iTunes more frequently just so I have a recent backup for the IPAD.
I've tried every combination I can think of including, plugging the IPAD in before powering up the PC but I've found nothing to solve the problem. I've tried contacting Apple support thinking that iTunes was the issue but they were useless.
Their response was that this is not happening with iTunes users so it must be a Windows problem. The fact that the IPAD is notbeing recognized by Windows at all makes me think that they may be right.
How to import music playlist from iTunes to Windows Media Player
Songs you buy on the I Store (Songs from ITunes) are downloaded in a format calledAAC(Advance audio coding); the Windows Media Player doesn't recognize this file format. When you click on the library tab (on windows media player) and then add to library, Windows Media Player will search for available files, it will find your songs bought on the iTunes store but it won't import them, you will have toconvert them to a format that the player canunderstand.
Upgrade to another edition of Windows 7 by using Windows Anytime Upgrade
If you want more features than you currently have in your existing edition of Windows 7, you can upgrade to another edition using Windows Anytime Upgrade. Pricing information for each edition of Windows 7 is available as part of the Windows Anytime Upgrade process.
iTunes drivers for importing and burning CDs and DVDs are missing
Lately every time I open iTunes I get the following warning:
The registry settings used by the iTunes drivers for importing and burning CDs and DVDs are missing. This can happen as a result of installing other CD burning software. Please reinstall iTunes.
Reinstalling iTunes does not get rid of the warning message, but iTunes is working just fine. It appears the message is popping up for no reason. How do I get rid of this?
Moving iTunes to Win7
I want to transfer iTunes from my WinXP. The tech at the Apple store said "Just copy the iTunes folder to your new PC." However, at least one web advice column said to install iTunes on Win7 first, Did the tech assume iTunes was already installed?
Would I be better off using Win7 Easy Transfer, since I have lot's of other stuff to transfer? My Win7 and XP are successfully networked, so Easy Transfer seems like the simplest way to do this, even though it may be slow. I realize that I will have to install all my software on the Win7 PC.
Disk Recording Not Found
When I start up iTunes, I get the error message "The registry settings used by the iTunes drivers for importing and burning CDs and DVDs are missing. This can happen as a result of installing other CD burning software.
Please reinstall iTunes." When I try to burn a CD, I get the message "Disk Recording Not Found". I have tried the fixes on the Apple support page, including a repair install, manually putting the driver in the upper filters (GEARAspiWDM) ([LINK] (iTunes for Windows: "Registry settings" warning when opening iTunes)), and evencompletely removing all iTunes related software from my computer and reinstalling everything ([LINK]). However, I still end up with the same error messages and cannot burn CDs.
I ran diagnostics in iTunes, and the bottom part says:
**** CD/DVD Drive Tests ****
No drivers in LowerFilters.
No drivers in UpperFilters.
Failed loading CD / DVD drives, error -43. Try doing a repair install on iTunes from the"Add or Remove Programs" control panel.
since my iPod is older than the support period, Apple refuses to help me without charging me for thirty days of tech support that I don't need.
Installing Windows: frequently asked questions
Here are answers to some common questions about installing Windows.
How do I upgrade my computer from Windows XP or Windows Vista to Windows 7?
What preparations should I make before installing Windows?
What do I need to have available?
Should I upgrade or perform a custom installation?
How do I install Windows 7 on a netbook?
Should I install the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 7?
Can I uninstall Windows 7?
Will my programs work with Windows 7?
Fix a serious Windows 7 problems
In this tutorial, we will take a look at how we can reinstall Windows 7. The type of installation we will be doing here is called an "upgrade install". There are two reasons that you would choose this option, the first is when you want to upgrade from Windows Vista. The second is when you want to repair an existing Windows 7 installation without completely reformatting the hard drive. A better name for this option would be "upgrade/repair".
Upgrade Question with Slipstreamed SP1
I have a twist on all the articles available on upgrading. I have Vista 64 bit and an upgrade copy of Windows 7 Home Premium that is the original from 2 years ago. I want to upgrade to a dual boot configuration with Vista and Windows 7, so the Windows 7 will be clean. That seems straight forward by inserting the upgrade DVD while running Vista, or booting directly.
If I upgrade Vista who knows what will happen and there are 2 years worth of SP1; SP2 and a gazillion hotfixes installed although the advantage is most apps will not have to be reinstalled. However, I have noticed that there is a download from Digital River that is the SP1 slipstreamed version that is obviously the full DVD, probably of all versions.
If I use my upgrade DVD I have to go through all the updates which will take a while and leave a lot of crud. I prefer to install the SP1 version directly. The question is whether I can use the downloaded ISO file (burned to a DVD) for the upgrade. Will it do a dual boot install, and will my upgrade key be valid?
Upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7
Depending on your hardware and your current edition of Windows Vista, you can use the Upgrade option during Windows 7 installation to upgrade from Windows Vista to a corresponding or higher edition of Windows 7. Upgrading is the most convenient way to get Windows 7 on your computer, because it keeps your files, settings, and programs from Windows Vista in place.
Windows 7 Reinstall- Over Vista
I'm about to try the reinstall via the upgrade process as outlined on the webpage. My question is: When I built my computer 2 1/2 years ago I installed the Vista OS, as W7 had not been issued at that time.
When I got the W7 disk it was Windows 7 Home Premium. The top line on the disc label says "For Windows & Upgrade".
About 6 m. ago I did a format/clean install of Windows7 but did not install the Vista first. Performance has been less than expected. Do I have to do the upgradeusing my Vista disc first and then do the Win7 upgrade?, Or just do the Win7 upgrade?
Windows 7 Upgrade - Sticks During Compatability Check
I pre-ordered a Windows 7 Home Premium upgrade from Vista, not knowing my employer would not let me use it and connect to its system until now. I downloaded the compatibility checker, no problems.
But now, when the upgrade starts with the DVD, it sticks during the compatibility check - two to three hours, then I give up and cancel. I really don't know what to do. I have a full system backup using TeraByte Image for Windows, but I don't know what to restore after installing Windows 7 if I do a clean install. Happy LaborDay, USA.
Consent.exe: update windows to download Itunes
I am trying to update windows so I can download Itunes, but when I try to update it nothing happens, I looked into it a bit further and found "Consent.exe" was the problem.the only problem now is I don't know how to get rid of it...
Problem Fix - Upgrade From Windows Vista to Windows 7 Hangs at 62%
We will continue the System Recovery series with a few articles which describe some of the most common problems encountered by Windows 7 users and possible solutions for them. We will start with one of the most frequent problems reported by users upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7: the Windows 7 installation upgrade from Windows Vista hangs at exactly 62%. This article will share the cause for this problem and how to fix it.
Windows 7 Upgrade Twice To Full Version?
I am trying to find current info if running the Windows 7 Upgrade disc twice on new HDD trick still works to get a full version of Windows 7.