if it works please let me know. Login or register to post comments WebGuy3000 on Sep 12, 2008 @ subzerohitman721 Yes, I'm familiar with jpeg viruses. Uninstalled Apple Mobile Device Support" and everything OK.Sorry, I'd want to give you the 10 point "this solved my problem legend" but I can't figure out how to do that. Enjoy... get redirected here
The quality of Apple's Windows solutions continues to amaze. Another driver being identified in crash reports is an updated USB controller driver, which appears to be in use when the iPod device is connected. Three times so far. A widely held myth says Google eavesdrops on your life to improve search results. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5188709?tstart=0
Isn't that the point? gizmodoDeadspinGizmodoJalopnikJezebelKotakuLifehackerVideoSploidPaleofutureio9ScienceReviewsField GuideiTunes 8 Causing Huge Problems, BSOD for Vista UsersElaine Chow9/10/08 2:57amFiled to: BSoDitunes 8iTunesAppleWindowsVistaWindows VistaiPodiPhoneBlue Screen of DeathSynching problemsUser reports122EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Looks like iTunes 8 And by the way the entire world is getting fantastic 3G reception on the iPhone 3G.
Mayhem! At the time, Apple recommended that users update to Vista Service Pack 1. Apple Software Update with *FREE MobileMe and Safari malware* doesn't fix the problem??? "Apple quietly updated last night" You mean they didn't give themselves a big public congratulatory pat on the Unreal.
Yes its an oldie, but I'm sure someone out there has a variant if the system doesn't have anti-virus. What Readers Like China builds world’s fastest supercomputer without U.S. The really bad part is that notifying users about the crashing bug that hits a huge percentage of users isn't mentioned on Apple's home page, the iTunes home page, the iTunes However the current version of Leopard might now be stable, I just don't want to upset my apple cart.
Login or register to post comments DRWAM on Sep 12, 2008 I here you Mike, I just got a BSOD when I plugged in my headphones to a sound card in Users posting on Apple's support forums began reporting the issues almost immediately after the software's release. "Whenever I plug in my ipod nano, I get a blue screen death," the initial IT MUST BE YOU! Now whenever you want to show BSOD, just press and hold Right CTRL key and then press SCROLL LOCK key twice.
Safer that way. Get More Info Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Instead of smugly assuming it all works, how about testing your crap and quit wasting ad dollars. Login or register to post comments johnbaxter on Sep 12, 2008 MIke, 1.
Groaning.) PC: And I'm a PC. I'm running Vista on my laptop (where I've been trying for months to uninstall Apple Mobile Device Support after taking iTunes off the machine), and in a Bootcamp startup on my It does not seem to benefit them any more. useful reference Apple needs a serious culture change.
Login or register to post comments subzerohitman721 on Sep 12, 2008 (Golf claps for Apple, Inc.) The bad part is that this was a definite Apple screw up. Login or register to post comments shark47 on Sep 12, 2008 Amazing! That Apple would make such a big deal about it is strange.
So this isn't just a Vista or XP issue. Login or register to post comments subzerohitman721 on Sep 12, 2008 @webguy There is a virus called OSX.Leap.A that uses the jpeg encoding technique. Some Windows users are getting the infamous "blue screen of death" after installing the iTunes 8 update, which some say tracks back to extra software that is being installed along with Print reprints Favorite EMAIL Tweet Discuss this Article 36 nutts on Sep 12, 2008 Why should any software installed by a user ever be *allowed* to cause an entire OS to
Can you try uninstalling apple mobile device support. Unreal, indeed. ;) Login or register to post comments lilserenity on Sep 12, 2008 "Why should any software installed by a user ever be *allowed* to cause an entire OS to Windows 10 annoyances and solutions Shop Tech Products at Amazon You Might Like Notice to our Readers We're now using social media to take your comments and feedback. operating system. "Attempting to connect an iPhone or iPod touch, which has been updated with the latest iPhone 2.0 software, to iTunes 7.7 on a 64-bit Microsoft Vista platform may cause
Fortunately, the update does install when downloaded and run by hand. (And improved my Vista experience index from 1.0 to 5.5.) --John (also very tired of Apple's "fixes bugs" or "improves Login or register to post comments DRWAM on Sep 12, 2008 The 2.1 iPhone firmware is out. It'll be interesting to see which it is. That is what I'm using for precedent of such an attack.
Thats what I've read on several different forums across the web. I gave up and went back to Tiger which is just fine. Generated Wed, 14 Dec 2016 00:37:41 GMT by s_wx1189 (squid/3.5.20) CNET Reviews Best Products CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Networking Phones Printers Smart Home Tablets TVs Login or register to post comments [email protected] on Sep 12, 2008 Paul The really bad part isn't "you may want this update".