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  • Itunes not playing songs?

    Itunes won't play anything for some reason! The progress bar doesn't even move.. I reinstalled it, and the new version of QuickTime, still nothing. Help?

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    Re: Itunes not playing songs?

    I've had that issue before too. It was because the links to the songs had been broken. Try clearing out your library and re-adding it.

    I don't know what to do with songs you've bought.

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    • #3
      Re: Itunes not playing songs?

      Originally posted by Light Mouse View Post
      I've had that issue before too. It was because the links to the songs had been broken. Try clearing out your library and re-adding it.

      I don't know what to do with songs you've bought.
      But songs (the 30 second preview) from the itunes store don't even play.

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      • #4
        Re: Itunes not playing songs?

        Originally posted by Rayangelo View Post
        But songs (the 30 second preview) from the itunes store don't even play.
        Is it only on iTunes? Have you tried other media players? Maybe your codec (thing that decodes your music files) library has become corrupted.

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        • #5
          Re: Itunes not playing songs?

          Originally posted by Light Mouse View Post
          Is it only on iTunes? Have you tried other media players? Maybe your codec (thing that decodes your music files) library has become corrupted.
          Windows Media player isn't working either.. so that must be it. How do I fix that?

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          • #6
            Re: Itunes not playing songs?

            search for K-lite codec maybe it will help..
            just do what you think...

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            • #7
              Re: Itunes not playing songs?

              Well, I did a system restore and it works fine.. Don't know what happened, I think it was something I installed last night that messed it up. Thanks for the help guys!

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              • #8
                Re: Itunes not playing songs?

                Originally posted by whitealexander View Post
                search for K-lite codec maybe it will help..
                I suggested Nimo Codec pack and that didn't clear up the issues.

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                • #9
                  Re: Itunes not playing songs?

                  It might have been something as simple as your audio output settings all together. Nothing to do with iTunes, etc. Sometimes your mixer settings or volume controls can change due to some apps without you fully being aware.

                  Sometimes.. keep it simple and check the easy ones first

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