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In this guide, we will learn about some of the possible causes that can cause iTunes install error 2329 and then suggest possible recovery methods that you can try to fix the problem. Question: Q: Error code 2329 while installing iTunes The first thing I would try with this is to run a disk scan (chkdsk) on your C drive. Select both the Automatically fix file system errors and Scan for bad sectors and try to repair them, or use chkdsk / r (depending on how you want to do this).

Question: Q: Error code 2329 while installing iTunes The first thing I will try with this is to run a disk scan (chkdsk) on your C drive. Select both Automatically fix errors in the file system and scan for bad sectors and try to repair them or using chkdsk / r (depending on how you want to do this).

 

 

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Feb 24, 2013 4:03 PM in response to Familyman1 In response, familyman1

This is appropriateDamage to the hard disk / file. The first thing I would like to try is to perform a disk scan (chkdsk) on your C drive.

Instructions for XP are in the following document: How to Run a Hard Drive Error Check in Windows XP

Instructions for Vista in the following document: Check your hard drive for errors

Instructions for Windows 7 in the following document: Using CHKDSK (Check Disk)

Select the option “Fix file system errors automatically” and “Scan for bad sectors and try to repair them” or use the chkdsk / r command (whichever you want to do). You almost certainly need to schedule chkdsk to run at startup. The scan should take a while … if it stops after a few minutes or seconds, something is interfering with the scan.

itunes setup error 2329

Does chkdsk detect / repair corruption? If so, can you complete the installation and it will work fine?

February 24, 2013 16:03

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Hello everyone, can someone tell me what error 2329 means? I got this message after trying to update iTunes. I have done this several times and also tried to do it manually as suggested by Apple without permission. thanks

Feb 24, 2013 4:03 PM in response to Familyman1 In response, familyman1

February 24, 2013 16:03

This corresponds to a damaged hard disk / file. The first thing I would like to try is to perform a disk scan (chkdsk) on your C drive.

Instructions for XP are in the following document: How to Run a Hard Disk Error Check in Windows XP

Instructions for Vista in the following document: Check your hard drive for errors

Instructions for Windows 7 in the following document: Using CHKDSK (Checkdisc)

Select “Automatically fix file system errors” and “Scan for bad sectors and try to repair them” or use the chkdsk / r command (whichever you want to do). You almost certainly need to schedule chkdsk to run at startup. The scan should take a while … if it stops after a few minutes or seconds, something is interfering with the scan.

Does chkdsk detect / repair corruption? If so, can you complete the installation and it will work fine?

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What Is Error 2329?

Error 2329 is a runtime error that occurs on Microsoft Windows operating systems. File can be found for iT

 

 

Why I Cannot install iTunes on Windows 10?

Disable conflicting software

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iTunes works with five audio file formats: AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, MP3, and WAV. ITunes can use the import feature to encode files from a CD into one of five file formats. It can also automatically encode multiple file formats when burning a CD.

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Steps:
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  3. Under Advanced Startup Options, select Repair your computer.
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