iTunes - Download iTunes Now. Troubleshooting iTunes installation on Mac OS X. Languages If you are having trouble installing iTunes on a Mac OS X computer, here are some things to try.
Before you install Be sure that you have the administrator username and password available. You will need both to install iTunes. Make sure you have enough disk space. Download the latest installer Open Safari or another web browser. Once the file is downloaded, a new Finder window appears containing two items (below). A "Read Before You Install iTunes" file. Install iTunes Quit iTunes if it is currently open. Opening iTunes It's possible that clicking the iTunes icon in your Dock or double-clicking an iTunes icon on your desktop could open an older version of iTunes. Double-click your hard disk. If you notice another copy of iTunes in the Dock after following these steps, here's a way to take care of that: Quit iTunes. Last Modified: Jun 27, 2013 One Moment Please Thanks for your feedback. Trouble installing iTunes or QuickTime for Windows.
Languages If you're having issues installing iTunes or QuickTime for Windows, try these troubleshooting steps.
If one step doesn't resolve your issue, proceed to the next. General installation troubleshooting Choose Start > My Computer (or double-click My Computer on the Desktop). In My Computer or Computer, open the C: drive. Click the View tab. Windows Vista and Windows 7: Choose Start > Computer. Click OK. After you empty your Temp folder and remove iTunes and its related components, you can install the latest version of iTunes.
Additional troubleshooting After performing each of the steps below, you'll need to remove iTunes and its related components and install iTunes again to determine whether the issue was resolved. Additional Information If you need to install QuickTime or if iTunes installs but the QuickTime installation didn't complete, try downloading and installing the standalone version of QuickTime. Last Modified: Nov 13, 2013 One Moment Please Thanks for your feedback. iTunes for Mac: How to copy purchases between computers. Languages Learn how you can copy items you purchase from the iTunes Store to a different Mac computers.
If you use Windows see iTunes for Windows: How to copy purchases between computers. You can download items once when you purchase them from the iTunes Store. To use purchased items on a different computer, just copy the items and authorize that computer for your iTunes Store account. You can authorize up to five computers to use your purchased items.1 If you will no longer be using the computer you originally downloaded your purchases to, make sure to deauthorize that computer. Once you've found the files for your purchased items, use any of the following methods to copy them to another computer.
Home Sharing Transfer your iTunes content between authorized computers on your local network using the Home Sharing feature in iTunes 9 or later. Burn a Data CD or DVD Copy your purchased items to a data CD or DVD. External hard drive Use your iPod and iTunes File sharing Other Removable Media Notes. iTunes for Windows: How to copy purchases between computers. Languages Learn how you can copy items you purchased from the iTunes Store to a different computer.
This document is for Windows users. If you use a Mac, follow the iTunes for Mac instructions. You can download items after you purchase them from the iTunes Store. To use purchased items on a different computer, copy the items and authorize that computer. After you've found the files for your purchased items, use any of the following methods to copy them to another computer. Use Home Sharing Transfer your iTunes content between authorized computers on your local network using the Home Sharing feature in iTunes 9 and later. Burn a data CD or DVD with the song files Burn your purchased items to a data CD or DVD. Use an external hard drive Drag files to the disk icon of an external hard drive connected to your computer. Use your iPod and iTunes You can transfer iTunes Store purchases that are synced with your iPod to any authorized computer (for example, from your home to your work computer).