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It worked like a charm. i have tried to uninstall itunes but it still wont work and keep coming up with that message. If that works then try the uninstall. Without damaging her account? http://macland.net/problem-installing/problem-installing-ie-5-5.php

Thank you! I'm pretty computer savy, and my problem wasn't exactly the same as this, but the main assistance you provided was how to generate the log so i figure out exactly what restart3. After extracting AppleMobileDeviceSupport64.msi to c:\temp (you can use any folder you like here) I opened a command prompt and issued these commands: cd c:\temp msiexec -i AppleMobileDeviceSupport64.msi -log AMDS.log This will attempt to

Very importantly, use the OP's method to create the log so that you know what's missing and preventing the installer from working. Imagine that. Download iTunes 10.5 There are several ways to get the latest version of iTunes: Download iTunes 10.5 directly from Apple.com (Windows & Mac OS X) Check Software Update in Mac OS How do we change to My new appleid and get hers out of My iPad?

  • Regardless, this post was a lifesaver.
  • Looking through the list I was looking for something like this: Published name : oem30.inf Driver package provider : Apple Class : Network adapters Driver date and version : 07/12/2011 1.8.4.2
  • Reply Carey says: November 16, 2011 at 6:14 pm I'm having the same problem….downloaded the update and now all I have on my phone is my photos, calenders and contacts.
  • Twice in 10 minutes.
  • Probably better to wait a few hours before downloading - I downloaded at 10:30 PDT.

thats the CORRECT driver also used registry files from another source to manually install apple mobile device support service. After 5 hours trying to solve this - I am so grateful to your site. My solution was during the install of the file, to copy and paste the files created in the mobile device support folder to a temp directory. Crashes and apps don't work.

To uninstall the driver use the command pnputil -d oem30.inf (replace oem30.inf with the correct published name for your PC). I tried the following but I still have problems: remove previous version of itunes, remove quicktime, install again quicktime as a standalone, delete temporary files, restart computer, delete all itunes related I spent 2 days trying everything. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_programs/windows-7-installing-itunes-105-error-there-is-a/e5242311-c897-4a1c-b2e6-ed1eef6e918e Generated Wed, 22 Feb 2017 13:20:58 GMT by s_nt6 (squid/3.5.23) Skip to content Call us: 0419 306 254 - Toggle navigation Red Mars ConsultingProviding IT solutions BLOG HOME WEBSITE HOME Problem

Reply Brian says: July 8, 2012 at 11:07 am I can't thank you enough. Yes No Thanks - please tell us how to help you better. When I go to the store they turn me away with my laptops and tell me to buy there computer that's the only answer. By unticking hide extensions for known file types and unticking Hide protected operating system files I was able to view the files I needed to remove.

If the steps in these articles don't help you fixthe issue, you might be able to find a solution through a search of theMicrosoft support website. However, when I try to intall the program Windows installer issues error message: "This installation package could not be opened. Reply Sniper says: September 20, 2012 at 12:25 am Thanks a lot for idea with getting log install. Hopefully this can save my phone Y_Y Reply Chris says: October 11, 2011 at 12:03 pm Any word on getting colored icons back with this version?

Reply Ilya says: August 19, 2012 at 5:58 pm OH MY GOD I'VE DONE IT. http://macland.net/problem-installing/problem-installing-wordpad.php I tried re-installing the Apple Mobile Device Service (AMDS)  using msiexec -i AppleMobileDeviceSupport64.msi -log AMDS.log command and I no longer got the Rolling back action error. The problem is that Windows Installer will not install these downloaded programs either! Reply Dr Soup says: December 10, 2014 at 6:36 pm Oh thank you!

I know there has to be away around it? A bit of research helped me identify that the iTunes64Setup.exe contained 5 separate windows installer files: AppleApplicationSupport.msi AppleMobileDeviceSupport64.msi AppleSoftwareUpdate.msi Bonjour64.msi iTunes64.msi I needed to extract AppleMobileDeviceSupport64.msi from iTunes64Setup.exe so I could The latest version is a major update that includes full iCloud support, in addition to the highly anticipated Wi-Fi syncing feature, which allows anyone to sync an iPhone, iPad, or iPod check over here Has anyone resolved this yet?

I am having trouble installing itunes on my computer. What should I do… I'm downloading iTunes 10.5 now. Try downloading from Software Update if all else fails, although I have successfully gotten the final build directly from the Apple link.

I have tried to open 'itunes64bit.exe' as the Administrator but this still doesn't work!

Three days for nothing, with this manual, this help, the problem was solved in three minutes 🙂 🙂 🙂 Thank you! If you see a different error when trying to launch iTunes, learn how to fixunexpected quits or launch issues. Might want to use Revo and CCleaner I always use manual standalone installers (and keep a couple backup versions) itunes 10.5 may affect iTunes media playlists, not sure, depends on what I was finally able to install amds without any error using "msiexec -i AppleApplicationSupport.msi -log amds2.log" after deleting the folders: C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\usbaapl.inf_6a7688fb C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\usbaapl.inf_f7496421 I will now try to install itunes (fingers crossed)

thank you so much! Using your method I was able to find the cause of the issue. Next I gave myself Full Control to the folder and files. http://macland.net/problem-installing/problem-installing-f-e-a-r.php I just tried the last color file and it did not work.

TKS! Having trouble installing itunes on pc-vista I am having trouble installing iTunes We connected My new iPad to My wifes computer after having trouble installing iTunes on My computer. Hi Iss9243, Welcome to the Support Communities! The error says, "Service Apple mobile device failed to start.

My iPad witherspoon her own stuff left where it belong My new iPad was connected to My wifes computer after having trouble installing iTunes. I have hunted everywhere and you have given me the solution. says: June 22, 2012 at 12:03 pm Wow!!