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Topic # 14016 11-Jun-2007 17:24
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I there im not sure what forum to put this in but I think this is the best one.

I have Itunes installed on ym computer and I run Windows Vista Ultimate 32 bit and Windows XP Professional and on vista when I open Itunes it appears fully black then as you slowly activate all the controls such as click on where a play list should  be then the songs appear and you click on a song and it will show the skip song buttons and the screen showing how far through the song is.

it is allright but i am just mainly wondering if this is going to turn into a major problem later on and if anyone else has had this probl;em and knows how to fi it.

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  Reply # 75596 21-Jun-2007 23:01
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hi sorry i dont use itunes but i actually dont believe it is vista compatible if you google ... correct me if i'm wrong. sorry not of much help here :(




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  Reply # 75605 22-Jun-2007 08:14

it happened to me once, I minimised and then restored and it was right as rain.

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