Worked great for me. Attached my iPod video and updated the firmware OK. iTunes then scanned my iPod to check for any instances where the 2-second delay between tracks could be removed. Purchased a couple of games and installed OK. Downloaded some album artwork. Everything seems to be working as advertised.dailo said:Anyone install Itunes 7 successfully? I keep on getting Itunes cannot be opened due to an unknown error.. I've rebooted and repair permissions but still doesn't work.
Same problem happening on my crappy old G4 400... I agree that it should either ignore bad tracks or tell the user about them. Pretty much worst bug ever except for that cool one that erased your hard drive a few years back.Malcster said:I have to have the reactions of a mongoose and cancel the gapless playback scan at the start, crashes iTunes every single time if i let it continue, tried everything, permissions, reinstall etc.. not found a way to fix it.
If its hitting a dodgy track it should ignore it, not bring the whole app down with it! very frustrating.
Any way to tell it not to do the gapless scan? i can't find one..
edit: this is on a 1.83 MBP.