This is on a friend's computer, she's running Windows XP Home edition, SP2, all updated. She's on dialup right now (DSL doesnt work, cable she's trying in a few weeks), and also has only adaware on her computer, and your usual collection of apps-for-teenagers (AIM, limewire, etc.) She has NEVER been able to get iTunes working on her computer since a few months back, except one time after getting her computer fixed by some shady 3rd party computer repair shop in ktown. When fiddling around with her computer, I found that iTunes actually does start up, along with the iTunes and iPod helpers, but what happens is that at the license agreement that you can barely see, the program quits. Despite trying a bunch of things like connecting an iPod, and reinstalling and repairing iTunes (versions 4.x, 5 and 6, downloaded many times each), the iTunes.exe just shows up for literally a fraction of a second, only to display the License Agreement. Now's probably a great time to get her to switch to a Mac [ O ], but right now it would be great to find a way to get around that problem. I've searched Google to find links like this and results for tons of worms posing as iTunes, but nothing quite like mine. Any help would be much appreciated.