I can’t give specific instructions for this because there are so many different types of antivirus and firewalls out there, but it’s usually just a matter of finding the program in question and disabling it.Obviously, once the i OS update has been run successfully, you’ll want to re-enable the firewall or antivirus.This update also adds the ability to see your Wish List while viewing your i Tunes library, improves support for Arabic and Hebrew, and includes additional stability improvements.”i Tunes 11.1.4 for Windows release notes " data-medium-file="https://miapple.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/i Tunes-11.1.4-for-Windows-release-notes-231x300.jpg" data-large-file="https://miapple.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/i Tunes-11.1.4-for-Windows-release-notes.jpg" class="size-medium wp-image-4848" src="https://miapple.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/i Tunes-11.1.4-for-Windows-release-notes-231x300.jpg" alt="i Tunes 11.1.4 for Windows release notes" width="231" height="300" srcset="https://miapple.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/i Tunes-11.1.4-for-Windows-release-notes-231x300231w, https://miapple.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/i Tunes-11.1.4433w" sizes="(max-width: 231px) 100vw, 231px" /Hi there, my name is Gee Are, blogger and analyst. I’m the founder and owner of the two blogs called pabst.socialmedia and - Tech. My work experience as a blogger and analysist (Internet Intelligence, SEO and social media) is the basis of the services of pabst.socialmedia. The history of i Tunes begins in 1998 and continues to the present.This seems to be more effective for Windows users, but sometimes just uninstalling i Tunes and re-installing the latest version is enough to resolve network connection errors.Sometimes flushing your DNS cache is enough to resolve the network time outs, here is how to do this for Mac OS X and Windows: Flushing DNS Cache in Mac OS X We’ve covered this before but here’s a reminder: Note: if you encounter an error in Windows saying you do not have permissions or need authentication, make sure you run as an Administrative user.
Temporarily disabling your antivirus software and firewalls often works to cease the network time outs.What’s more interesting is that in some cases it’s even Microsoft that seem to no support it’s own dog food: Now, while in the particular case I’ve just mentioned, there is a well documented fix (and in all fairness it appears to be more of a braindamage somewhere deep in redmondian since the actual MSI files install without a hiccup), this does not seem to be the case with i Tunes. : It has come to my attention that some people are experiencing some issues with having the i Phone accessible after the installtion of i Tunes is finished.Even though i Tunes supports Windows Vista X64, it does not seem to show love for Windows XP X64: The reason I write about this is because I’ve found a FIX! In case you are experiencing some i Phone related problems after the install, scroll down to the Troubleshooting section for a possible fix. I’ve found the following procedure, as described in the comment by hip63 can provide the much desired fix.This normally doesn't get removed when you uninstall i Tunes, but it's still best to back it all up just in case.If you haven't got an up-to-date backup of your i Tunes media library, then it's a good idea to make a copy of it on an external storage device -- such as a portable hard drive.If you have exhausted just about every troubleshooting tip you can find on the Internet for curing your i Tunes problem, then you will probably have no option but to completely remove the program and then reinstall it.But, what about all the digital music in your i Tunes library?If i Tunes no longer functions, then you'll probably have to miss out this consolidation process and just perform a manual backup.To see the whole process of consolidating and backing up your i Tunes library, read our guide on Copying i Tunes Song Files to Local Storage.Initially conceived as a simple music player, over time i Tunes developed into a sophisticated multimedia content manager, hardware synchronization manager and e-commerce platform.The current version of i Tunes enables users to manage media content, create playlists, synchronize media content with handheld devices including the i Pod, i Phone and i Pad, re-image and update handheld devices, stream Internet radio and purchase music, films, television shows, audiobooks and applications via the i Tunes Store.Since Windows XP X64 is the abandoned, left for dead son on Microsoft, it’s actually a very nice and pleasant product to work with.This of course has to do with the fact that the kernel and most of the OS shared the features/service packs and the general respect that Microsoft gives to it’s server line of products.In other words, what I’m trying to say, is that generally speaking Microsoft’s behavior very much reminds that of Sauron of LOTR, while it’s eye is fixed on the Vista / Desktop users, and actively Harming them and trying to amputate them, Windows XP X64 users are left, just like Frodo, to calmly walk the land of Mordor undisturbed.