Fresh install of Windows Vista, installed SP2, 32bit. The updates MS has released just search forever as well. I hate to abandon the system now, everything is running so nicely..I just can't sleep at night until this is solved.
Apple has updated its support pages (1, 2) to include a new and improved version of i Tunes player designed only for Windows XP and Vista.
Fact: Remember that back in 2016, i Tunes 12.1.3 was the last version that could be run on the Windows XP and Vista versions! Macintosh: – Mac computer powered by Intel processor – OS X version 10.9.5 or newer (OS X 10.10.3 or newer for i Tunes Extras) – 400MB storage space – high speed Internet connection for the i Tunes Store – 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or faster processor is needed for playing 720p videos – 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or faster processor and 2GB of RAM is needed for handling 1080p videos 2.
Windows PC: – PC with a 1GHz Intel or AMD processor with support for SSE2 and 512MB of RAM – 400MB of available disk space – Windows 7 or newer (64-bit version is mandatory) Important: Starting with version 12.6, i Tunes is now a 64-bit application on 64-bit versions of Windows 8 and 7.
Better i OS 9 Support i Tunes 12.1.3 offers support for i OS 9.0 firmware and is more reliable.Instead, an error message dialog box stating “This computer is not authorized to play “Song Name”. ” appear, stopping users and music owners to listen to the purchased songs.Even entering Apple ID and password to deauthorize and reauthorize does not help, and so does close and open i Tunes again or restart the computer.Hello all, I'm facing the infamous Windows Update problem and I'm about to throw in the towel.Some background but I'm sure you've all heard it all before. I've searched this forum multiple times over and tried everything.The cause for the problem is that i Tunes 7 and below does not support Windows Vista, which seems to be a privilege issue related to User Account Control due to tighten security control in Windows Vista.