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  • Advanced SystemCare affecting iTunes

    Several months ago, I installed Advanced SystemCare on my pc, and the results have been fantastic. My computer runs much faster and more efficiently.

    So, I installed the free, latest version on my laptop (also Windows XP) and when I went to sync my iPod immediately afterwards (I did nothing else on the laptop and no other programs ran), iTunes said it was all synced, which should have taken filled up to about 9 G, but instead, it deleted everything.

    iTunes keeps saying that the iPod is all synced up, but it shows nothing on it, and when I turned it on, it said no music was on it at all.

    Since Advanced SystemCare affects registries, did it affect how my iPod sync? It's synced perfectly for the past 5 years with no problems and only had this problem immediately after I installed Advanced SystemCare v5.

    Obviously, I deleted SystemCare, restarted the laptop, and the same thing happened. I'm thinking that SystemCare deleted something that Itunes needs to run in order to sync.

    I'd really appreciate any help in figuring this out.

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    Hi chinarain,

    Sorry for the delay.

    Please re-install iTunes to see how it works.
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        solbjerg


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        I haven't had any problems with I-tunes. But it takes longerto load...
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