Got a question for you tech guys on here regarding the itunes store...
The past week or so I haven't been able to get on to the itunes store because it won't load. Whenever i try and open the itunes store it loads for about 30 seconds and then tells me itunes store could not be opened check your internet connection. I'm using the computer that has my itunes on it to make this thread so my internet connection is obviously fine. I do have Webroot Internet Security on my computer but I have had it for three months now and this is the first time I've had problems with the itunes store.
Could I have possibly contracted a virus of some sort? As far as I have noticed my itunes has been working normally but maybe I'm just not seeing something.
Anyways does anyone know what could be wrong with it or what I should do to get my itunes store up and running again?
Any help or advise is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Also if you need any more additional information to help figure out the problem just let me know. Thanks again.
Here's a problem, it's $1.29 a song. Download uTorrent and start using that.
Not all the songs are $1.29. Many are still .99. These are the songs I usually buy after humming them in the shower. Also, if you buy an entire album, instead of the one catchy song you think is good until next week, you pay less. Maybe find some gems that you like.
And I also pity the fool who thinks $1.29 is too much money for something worth $1.29.
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