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Error downloading iTunes from Apple.com

Error downloading iTunes from Apple.com

Error downloading iTunes from Apple.com


I have Windows 8 and I need iTunes to share Internet in iPhone in my laptop using USB.
I think town is too wi-fi crowded and signals are not strong enough!?
Phone used to work at home, but today, it's not as that...

So strange!

What's the issue with the download? Why does it stop at 140 MB out of 190?
Many times... same for you or only me?

I wish to connect to Internet using USB and here's how it works:


How do I tell Apple their website is broken, if that's the case!?

RE: Error downloading iTunes from Apple.com

Edited...I misread.

Take your laptop to a public wifi location and download. Only from an alternate ISP can you confirm this is an Apple error (highly unlikely). Your cellular carrier is likely limiting your network access to the complete installer download.

RE: Error downloading iTunes from Apple.com

No... there is no limits.
Other person was also trying.

It worked with Explorer in favour of FireFox.
However, I deleted the path to the file. It was slightly smaller, 145 MB, instead of the one from Apple, 169 MB.
I think it was not the exact same file.

I installed:

Not the QuickTime files. (Why QuckTime!?)

Works beautiful!!
Thank you!!

RE: Error downloading iTunes from Apple.com

To fix the issue, check for any issues with third-party security software and remove the cached download file. Then try to download the music again.

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