How to Fix an iTunes Appcrash
What’s worse than a car crash? An iTunes Appcrash! Well, not really but iTunes crashing means not being able to transfer files between your Apple gadget and your laptop (desktop, Mac, etc…). I stumbled upon this fix/solution by accident and it worked. I followed all the recommended resolutions from the Apple support site but they did not work. That’s when I decided to try other solutions that might work.
Before outlining the steps I did, here are some pertinent information:
- I am using iTunes 10.6.3.25
- I am running Quicktime 6.x
- I had an Appcrash
- The crash was on module quicktime.qts
- I am also running a Windows 7 64-bit with 4GB of RAM.
- I am trying to sync my iPad 2 and my laptop
So here’s what I did…
I installed the latest version of Quicktime (version 7)!
And when I did, I tried to open iTunes again and the crash never came. Problem fixed!
I’m sure there are other reasons why iTunes would crash but I hope anyone else having this problem would read this post and try out this solution. If it works then good for you
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