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Old Dec 3, 2012, 05:35 AM   #26
michotakis
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There's one really easy solution for this. Check out http://www.karthikk.net/2012/12/how-...s-11-tutorial/
Works also in 10.7. I've tried and was successful.
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Old Dec 3, 2012, 01:03 PM   #27
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AppZapper details needed

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Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!
Hi there. When using AppZapper a long list of items comes up. Do I have to keep all items checked and unistall them? The list contains:

iTunes (application)
com.apple.iTunes.eq (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes.eq.plist (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes.plist (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes.helper (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes.helper.plist (Preferences)
com.apple.mobile.iTunes.store (Preferences)
com.apple.mobile.iTunes.store.plist (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes (cache)
QCCompositionRepository-com.apple.iTunes.cache (cache)

Thanks

Rip
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Old Dec 3, 2012, 01:20 PM   #28
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Hi there. When using AppZapper a long list of items comes up. Do I have to keep all items checked and unistall them? The list contains:

iTunes (application)
com.apple.iTunes.eq (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes.eq.plist (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes.plist (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes.helper (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes.helper.plist (Preferences)
com.apple.mobile.iTunes.store (Preferences)
com.apple.mobile.iTunes.store.plist (Preferences)
com.apple.iTunes (cache)
QCCompositionRepository-com.apple.iTunes.cache (cache)

Thanks

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i got rid of them all, by which it still wasn't clean enough that's why there's the 42408 error.
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Old Dec 3, 2012, 11:14 PM   #29
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I did the above, ie deleted everything, because I had first tried just trashing the 11 app and reinstalling 10.7 without all the recommended steps above. With that version I was able to get my original music back, but I was getting the -42408 error when I tried to access the music store, and even more importantly, I was not able to access iCloud.
Having followed the steps detailed in this post I was able to get the music, clear the error message and access the cloud, but...here is the problem. All my songs (over 20,000) had to be "re-matched" to what I already had in the cloud, which took a couple of hours.
And worse, here is the real problem, all my songs were re-imported into iTunes and retagged with yesterday's date as the "Date Added" in the browser, so I have lost track of when I originally added to them on my compter, which is very important to me, as I do a lot of chronological playlist organizing with iTunes.
Does anyone know if there is a way for me to re-add a previous "library.itl" file to return to the original playlist with the real "Date Added" dates? Or is it too late for that after I zapped all those files with the Zapper?
Thanks.

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Old Dec 4, 2012, 05:02 PM   #30
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it works...but...

Hi there!

This solution worked for me BUT iTunes wonŽt start... it says that the iTunes Library cannot be read since it was created with a newer version. Makes sense so far since I updated ITunes two days ago to Version 11.
Is there a way to transform the library somehow so that it can be read again with the old iTunes Version?
If so - IŽd be thankful for any hint!
If not - IŽd have to either install version 11 again OR somehow delete / rename the library.itl in order to build a new one, right ?

Thanks in advance (and sorry for my bad english ... )

Adorion

EDIT: Found this thread ... saw the video ... GREAT!!!! It worked! :-) :-) Phew.... !

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthre...ight=itunes+11

Quote:
Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!

Last edited by Adorion; Dec 4, 2012 at 06:04 PM. Reason: Solved
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Old Dec 4, 2012, 10:20 PM   #31
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Worked mostly...

Thanks for the fix. error 42408 is not showing up anymore and I can play my DRM files but I still have this weird thing that started when I went back to 10.7 from 11...when I start playing any file in iTunes I get a flash of grey screen behind all my applications...the whole screen flashes grey as the file starts...anyone else? Any ideas on how to get rid of that?

Thanks in advance!
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Old Dec 5, 2012, 05:20 PM   #32
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!


------

many people are using this process to downgrade without knowing that the iTunes library also needs to be recovered, so I am adding this too thanks to jasko at post #22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXKZ2IBNsIA

basically you need to recover your latest iTunes library which was created by iTunes 10, by using previous iTunes libraries or from time machine.

cheers
Just also wanted to say thanks, the instructions + the link to the video solved my problem!! I hated iTunes 11!

Also - I use Clean My Mac normally, and it was able to uninstall my itunes files (your computer wont let you just delete them). After I did that, I was able to go into time machine and "restore" the last version of iTunes - just from my applications file. My computer would let me as long as I had already gotten rid of the new iTunes. Just a thought if you have the back ups - it was much easier than downloading iTunes and Pacifist to re-install.

Thanks again!
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Old Dec 7, 2012, 01:40 AM   #33
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Just the proccess and ok, but

Quote:
Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!


------

many people are using this process to downgrade without knowing that the iTunes library also needs to be recovered, so I am adding this too thanks to jasko at post #22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXKZ2IBNsIA

basically you need to recover your latest iTunes library which was created by iTunes 10, by using previous iTunes libraries or from time machine.

cheers
i didn't find any Previous iTunes Libraries folder, so i replaced from TM.
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Old Dec 7, 2012, 02:49 AM   #34
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-42408

I got rid of iT11 and managed to get iT10.7 back on.... couldnt be bothered with my library, i have my music organised into my own folders anyhow so not a big deal...

But - I cant buy any music on iTunes now and im getting -42408 error....

HELP - i have a wedding tomorrow and i have to download some cheesy music they have picked out!
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Old Dec 7, 2012, 07:24 AM   #35
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I've wasted half a day trying to revert back to 10. 3 problems

1. even though I've restored 10, I still get an error msg every time I start up 10. A nuisance

2. none of my digital copies of movies will play. The time elapsed counts forward, but there is image or sound.

3. all tv shows downloaded from itunes have the same issue as dgital copies of movies.

4. I seem to have lost 80-100 songs somewhere along the road. My music files are scattered across multiple folders and I've tried restoring them folder by folder but I've apparently missed some. Checking again, I appear to have some 1K duplicate files, and probably more. The price i pay for trying to retrieve everything: i retrieved many things more than once.

Maybe I can download dig copies again?

But what do I do about the persistent error message with each itunes startup?

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I got rid of iT11 and managed to get iT10.7 back on.... couldnt be bothered with my library, i have my music organised into my own folders anyhow so not a big deal...

But - I cant buy any music on iTunes now and im getting -42408 error....

HELP - i have a wedding tomorrow and i have to download some cheesy music they have picked out!
Same issue here. Not that I want to buy anything right now, but all of my previous tv/movie downloads won't work and I want to download them again.

edit: it looks like i've been able to restore full functionality; i have access to my movies, tv shows and the itunes store.

I think I have all of my songs as well; i copied and pasted the folders which should have most all of my music files?

What an ordeal. Big middle finger to apple. I will never hold them in the same high regard ever again.

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Old Dec 9, 2012, 12:41 PM   #36
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Thanks BIG TIME! The only changes I made were using Time Machine to restore my old Preferences and Library.itl files.

scott
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Old Dec 10, 2012, 11:09 AM   #37
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Authorize This Computer

Quote:
Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!


------

many people are using this process to downgrade without knowing that the iTunes library also needs to be recovered, so I am adding this too thanks to jasko at post #22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXKZ2IBNsIA

basically you need to recover your latest iTunes library which was created by iTunes 10, by using previous iTunes libraries or from time machine.

cheers
Thanks so much for the help! I really disliked iTunes 11, in just the few hours I had it. I followed these instructions exactly, and got iTunes 10.7 back the same as it had been. The only problem now is that iTunes won't let me authorize my computer. Whenever I try to download something from the store, it gives me the option to authorize, and when I type in my password, I just get the -42408 error. Any ideas as to what caused this and how I can fix it?
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Old Dec 10, 2012, 09:51 PM   #38
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Did Not Work For Me

I followed all the steps here, and in the Youtube video. But I still get the message about having to download the newer version of iTunes....Any help is appreciated, as all my playlists and ratings are gone.



Quote:
Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!


------

many people are using this process to downgrade without knowing that the iTunes library also needs to be recovered, so I am adding this too thanks to jasko at post #22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXKZ2IBNsIA

basically you need to recover your latest iTunes library which was created by iTunes 10, by using previous iTunes libraries or from time machine.

cheers
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Old Dec 15, 2012, 10:35 PM   #39
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restoring itunes

I tried this out on my macbook first as I have a smaller library on it then on my imac. It worked great, although I didn't use the pacifist at all because I forgot that step. The error message everyone keeps talking about popped up initially but everything but once I closed the window for that message it appears all is working fine & it returned it to the previous version. All my music appears the same as it was before 11. Thanks so much because I really dislike itunes 11 & am glad to be back to the previous version. I am going to attempt to change it on my imac tomorrow using my time machine back up after deleting 11! Hoping for the same results there with the exception of any music I added since the upgrade!

Ok I just attempted to replace itunes 11 on my imac w/out success, I followed all the instructions as before but it says the library was created by a newer version would you like to download it now! How can I fix this issue & get itunes 10.7 to open? Can I just delte all the itunes libraries some how & start from scratch as my music is still in the user folders under music anyway?

Last edited by Terrip85; Dec 20, 2012 at 04:09 PM. Reason: update
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Old Dec 15, 2012, 11:33 PM   #40
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I'm done with itunes, period for music playback. VLC absolutely destroys itunes for quality.
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Old Dec 20, 2012, 09:26 AM   #41
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ITunes 11 to 10.7

Thanks a lot Boguss; ik worked perfectly for me.
I'm happy to have 10.7 back.
Many complaints here in the Netherlands about ITunes 11.
Thanks again!!!
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Old Dec 22, 2012, 01:00 PM   #42
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I can vouch for this post

Followed this post to the letter, it worked.
It ALSO fixes a problem with the remote app on the iPhone not being able to control iTunes.

This has fixed what 3 hrs of phone calls to apple support have failed to do.

So many many thanks!

Peter
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Old Dec 23, 2012, 06:37 AM   #43
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I Hate itunes 11.0 revert back to 10.7

Quote:
Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!


------

many people are using this process to downgrade without knowing that the iTunes library also needs to be recovered, so I am adding this too thanks to jasko at post #22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXKZ2IBNsIA

basically you need to recover your latest iTunes library which was created by iTunes 10, by using previous iTunes libraries or from time machine.

cheers
Thank You Bogoss! It Worked Great have 10.7 up and running easy fix iTunes 11.0 is GONE...!!!
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Old Dec 27, 2012, 07:24 AM   #44
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!


------

many people are using this process to downgrade without knowing that the iTunes library also needs to be recovered, so I am adding this too thanks to jasko at post #22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXKZ2IBNsIA

basically you need to recover your latest iTunes library which was created by iTunes 10, by using previous iTunes libraries or from time machine.

cheers

I'm just bumping this coz some people might want it and it bloody works - this person is a genius.

I just got into the office to find the IT Dude updating my iTunes so I stabbed him in the face and then did this.
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Old Jan 2, 2013, 05:39 PM   #45
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Worked!

Thanks Bogoss! Saved my Itunes library. As others, I did not delete iTunes 11 w. Appzapper, but had Pacifist do it for me. Worked like a charm, as did following the steps in the YouTube hyperlink to restore my previous lib file. Thanks again and happy new year!

Quote:
Originally Posted by bogoss View Post
After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!


------

many people are using this process to downgrade without knowing that the iTunes library also needs to be recovered, so I am adding this too thanks to jasko at post #22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXKZ2IBNsIA

basically you need to recover your latest iTunes library which was created by iTunes 10, by using previous iTunes libraries or from time machine.

cheers
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Old Mar 8, 2013, 09:28 PM   #46
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Thank you- fixed (-42408) error itunes 11->10.7

Thank you very much for figuring this out. It's been driving me nutzzzzz!

Now if only i could delay calendar messages and restore arrow keys to scroll bars...
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Old Mar 21, 2013, 05:06 PM   #47
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I just followed the steps above and it looks like I have somehow deleted my old iTunes account with all of my music There is a new iTunes icon and when I open it there is a totally new iTunes acct. Ugh!!! Any ideas on how to get my old info back?
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Old Jun 7, 2013, 06:27 PM   #48
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After hours... this finally worked out! BUT, perform at your own risk, I was told it could possibly do some harm...

EXACTLY what I did:

1, uninstall itunes 11 using AppZapper

2, download 10.7 from this link http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/0...iTunes10.7.dmg download pacifist as well: http://www.charlessoft.com/

3, open the 10.7 dmg file, you will see the pkg file(usally double click to install), but this time drag it out somewhere.

4, launch pacifist

5, drag the pkg file to pacifist and the click install from the menu bar

6, during installation, click replace everytime a window popping out (this is the key i reckon, something that can't be removed during uninstallation will be replaced by 10.7 completely thanks to pacifist)

7, installation finished, iTunes 10.7 comes back!


------

many people are using this process to downgrade without knowing that the iTunes library also needs to be recovered, so I am adding this too thanks to jasko at post #22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXKZ2IBNsIA

basically you need to recover your latest iTunes library which was created by iTunes 10, by using previous iTunes libraries or from time machine.

cheers
I am in iTunes 10.7 now. I have done it all but i still get the error. One thing is that after that everything works perfectly.
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fix iphone error code -50

If you are getting error code -50 while transferring files between iPhone and mac using iTunes, then it is better to use other alternative iphone file transfer tool. Visit following link for more information:

http://www.iphonefilestransfer.com
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Old Jul 11, 2014, 10:51 PM   #50
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Delete Itunes11, re-install Itunes 10.7

Once I followed all steps in original post and the download of Itunes 10.7 is complete; I attempted to open Itunes 10.7 however the application tells me that it cannot be opened because my library was created by a newer version of Itunes


What do I do now? I just deleted my most recent version of Itunes solely because it was irritating and now the one I currently posses cannot open my library.....I am stymied.

Any help would be greatly appreciated
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