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Apple
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Apple iTunes 9.x

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TexGram Install Update
Member 3rd Apr, 2010 11:32
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when i click on the "Solution" to install the update, it runs through check mode and then tells me this is a 32 bit update and i need a 64. why doesn't the update compare with the version already operating and how do i get the 64 bit.

michaelsalis RE: Install Update
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I don't know the answer to your question but just update iTunes through the Apple updater and not use the Secunia link.

I downloaded the update a few days ago without problem.

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Leendert Kip Install Update
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Last edited on 3rd Apr, 2010 14:59
The latest version of iTunes is 9.1. The 64bit version can be downloaded
from: http://www.filehippo.com/download_itunes_64/ I encountered problems during installation of the 32bit version for Vista Home Premium 32bit. Somewhere during the installation process it stopped and asked for a cd-rom. No way to get around. I don't know if this error occurs while installing 64bit version. My solution was: uninstall using the Revo uninstaller, reboot pc and install fresh from the download.

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TiMow RE: Install Update
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If the above filehippo link doesn't work, then launch your existing version of iTunes and update from there.

See the following thread:

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/391...

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SatinKnight RE: Install Update
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I have had the same problem with PSI. It says my iTunes is out of date and downloads the 32 bit version. However, I'm running 9.1.0.79 which iTunes says is the latest.
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TiMow RE: Install Update
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Are you running a windows 64 bit platform, then?

What version number is PSI reporting?

See this thread:

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/391...

The poster updated his 64 bit from within iTunes and not PSI download solution.

This is also a link for the current 64 bit version, (if that's what you require):

http://www.filehippo.com/download_itunes_64/

If you're happy that you have the latest, correct version for your system, try re-booting and re-scanning PSI, as this may be required for the updates to be correctly installed and recognised.

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This user no longer exists RE: Install Update
Member 6th Apr, 2010 09:58
Hi,

The PSI will provide this link: http://appldnld.apple.com.edgesuite.net/content.in...
To update your iTunes 64bit. Does this flie give an error message when run on your system?
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Maurice Joyce RE: Install Update
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Emil,
This is what U get:

Hmm, the page youíre looking for canít be found.



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This user no longer exists RE: Install Update
Member 6th Apr, 2010 11:07
Last edited on 6th Apr, 2010 11:26
on 6th Apr, 2010 10:21, Maurice Joyce wrote:
Emil,
This is what U get:
Hmm, the page youíre looking for canít be found.


Hi Maurice,
Yea, I see the problem. It's caused by Apple putting a space and a comma separator in their links, which gets filtered by the forum.. I've reported it to our developers.

However, it's the same link the PSI provides, so it's not all that critical.
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SatinKnight RE: Install Update
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The history behind my problem;
Running Win7, 64 bit.
Apple iTunes updated itself to 9.1.0.79 the other day.
Later ran SPI which identified Apple iTunes 9.x as insecure. Version detected was 9.0.1.8. I later noticed that this file is in c:\Program Files (x86)\ but I also have a c:\Program Files\iTunes folder which would be the 64 bit program.
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