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iTunes store search generates a C++ runtime error

Posted on 2012-04-07
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runtime error generated when searching itunes store on a windows 7 laptop
When searching the itunes store I'm getting an fairly consistent error on a windows 7 pro laptop.  All OS updates are installed.  iTunes software is current.  I have removed and reinstalled iTunes.
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That is an error in the code - not much you can do about it.  (You have done the obvious things, reinstall...).
All I can suggest is to get in touch with iTunes and file a bug report - they may even have a patch for the problem.
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