|08 Mar 2014||#32|
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After I had added my 360 as an extender, itunes was locked out for me too... I looked all around and tried everything, but nothing seemed to work so this is what I did:
1.) Open Windows Media Center
2.) Click on Tasks and then Settings
3.) Click on Start Menu and Extras
4.) Click on Extras Library Options
5.) Make sure that the option "Control the media experience in Windows Media Center" is UNCHECKED
6.) Click Save and try opening iTunes it worked for me
Just configured Windows Media Centre as you've described & hey presto! iTunes has just opened for me. Hooray!
I have also previously found that deleting the iTunes Library Genius file within iTunes folder has worked too.
Just hope the things I've done will last for more than a few weeks this time!
Thanks for advice to all on this great forum.
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