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iTunes keeps crashing, error type 2

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three times tonight it crashed with a type 2 error, 2 times i decided to up the alloted memory, then i decided to call for help.  each time it crashed i restarted, put it back to playing the same song, turned on the screen saver included in iTunes, and about 1 min. in it crashes...
i run 9.0.4 on a G4 cube, and this has happened before, but never with such frequency.  my only thought is that song might be fragmented, but i can't start up with my techtools cd cause it's too old a version (2.5.5) to defrag the hard drive.  suggestions on how to fix that also would be appreciated. - joge
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Could just be that you have an MP3 with something wacky in it. Corrupted, incomplete, etc etc. See if it happens with any other songs.
Also, it wouldn't hurt to upgrade to either 9.1 or 9.2.1.  Although that is mostly for the Classic environment running on OS X.
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Joge?...status?

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Weed, has anyone ever accused you of being slightly obsessive?  here's what i did... i de-fraged, and upgraded to itunes 2.  no problem accept the wait for v.2  i hope you are amplely rewarded for the status of top dog here, cause wow, you might need to seek the sunlight more.  by the way, what would happen if you gave up your namesake and lived un-augmented, as i've tried lately?
LOL, wow.
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Joge: Excuse me? Obcessive? Exactly where do you get the impression that I spend my life here? I?d be willing to bet that I spend more time outside than you do.
My nick has absolutely jack squat to do with what you think it does. And no, im not a druggie.

Sheesh...you try to help a person out and they give ya flack for it.

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what else am i too think?  do you like to garden?  all i know is that you are the top listed expert, and i've seen you check back with one other ? asker too see what their answere status is.  you know what happens when you make assumptions... my bad, and i'm glad >)

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