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Itunes is constantly accessing itunes store?

Posted on 2011-03-15
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I recently did the upgrade to the latest version of Itunes...10.2.  Now Itunes constantly is trying to access the Itunes store.  Also I am unable to do a search in Itunes.  It will not let me type in a search term (upper right corner) and when I get the first letter typed it freezes.  I have uninstalled and reinstalled itunes but it is still doing the same thing.  What should I do next?
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try uninstalling you antivirus software and see if it blocking itunes.

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I had to completely uninstall everything related to Itunes and then download and reinstall
Itunes.  I think the problem was caused by updates not installed corectly.
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This approach solved the problem.
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