Authorization?

Discussion in 'iPod' started by Skitz32, May 14, 2009.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    I bought an Itouch (replacing a dying nano) and couldn't use it because I needed to upgrade to XP. I tried to upgrade to XP and all hell broke loose. I had to do a clean install wiping out my hard drive. Everything got setup including my Itouch but now my PURCHASED Itunes, saved on to a CD, will only restored to my computer library and NOT my Itouch. A message keeps saying I don't have permission to use certain titles (47 or 56) on my computer at all. I'm confused. I purchased those songs just as I would have a 45 or a cd...why can't I put them on my updated computer and my new Ipod? I've told Itunes to authorize my computer and it did but nothing changed. Help!
     
  2. Guest

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    You have probably used up all your authorizations. Try going into iTunes under the Advanced tab and clicking on deauthorize accounts then attempt to authorize you new iPod Touch.
     
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    yossim

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    The same thing happened to me too. What I did to fix it is de-authorize all the computers that I had authorized, and that did the trick. what nathanmuir said, except deauthorize the computers and not the account:D
     
  4. Guest

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    Yes, this is what I meant, thanks.
     
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    steve knight

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    I would like to remove some of the old computers. but there is no way to do it under advanced. I have a choice to deauthorize audible account but that's it. under store I can remove this computer but it does not give me a list.
     
  6. macrumors 68040

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    You do not get a list of registered/authorized computers. You have the option of deauthorizing all computers when you reach the 5-limit mark from your Account summary screen of the iTunes store; this can only happen once per year. Until you reach the 5 computer limit, you are only able to authorize/deauthorize the computer you are logged into and working upon. For more info, read over this page.
     
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    steve knight

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    that makes sense. I have not reached that point yet.
     

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