Quick Fix When iTunes Keeps Crashing

Wondering why your iTunes has been crashing, even after you have restarted your iTunes several times? Follow this article guide carefully. Here, we have some issues discussed on why your iTunes keeps crashing and also how to fix.

Causes of Crashes on iTunes

  • iTunes application itself can cause you a lot of havoc, most especially whenever it needs an update. Their programs can be so funny at times, instead of it popping up a message for an available update, it tends to run slow on the computer and stop responding to actions.
  • Also, the major problem with crashes comes from a computer program. Most of the programs built by IT Software companies kill some system application for them to operate properly on the system.
  • Your computer might also be running an old version of windows with outdated drivers to support your iTunes, this can also cause an iTunes crashing.
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How to Avoid iTunes Crashing Issue?

There has been no better alternative to iTunes than to make use of the iMyFone TunesMate. Are you tired of iTunes crashing issues? iMyFone TunesMate has come to give you a better and operational service. It has finally come to give you an everlasting feature in managing your library. You can virtually get everything out of it. What exactly do you want to do? Backup, Restore, Edit, Convert and Transfer files easily with the iMyFone TunesMate.

Features of iMyFone TunesMate

  • Directly Transfer - Transfer media files without opening iTunes.
  • Two-way Transfer - Transfer media files between iPhone and computer/iTunes freely, and vice versa.
  • Rebuild iTunes Library - Restore lost/damaged/corrupted iTunes library from your iOS device.
  • Share without Limits - Share iTunes music with family and friends, even in different Apple ID.

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Transfer iTunes Media to an iPhone

Step 1: Launch your iMyFone TunesMate and connect your iPhone.

Step 2: In the home interface at the right-hand side panel, you will see an action labeled "Transfer iTunes media to iDevice", Click on this.

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Step 3: All your iTunes media files will be scanned and displayed in a list.

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Step 4: Now it's time for you to select all the media files you would like to transfer. By default, all media are automatically selected, so it's up to you to deselect any media you wouldn't love to transfer.

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Step 5: Then click on the "Transfer" button.

Step 6: Once it's done press "OK" to finish this step.

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Transferring your iTunes media has never been this easy.


Transfer Computer Files to Your iPhone

Step 1: Launch iMyFone TunesMate and connect your iPhone making use of a USB cable.

Step 2: Navigate to Music/Videos, in the main page look at the top section and select "Add > Add File/Folder".

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Step 3: To add specific media into your iPhone, select Add File, but to add all media files in one folder, select Add Folder.

Step 4: Select the file/folder and click open to carry out the transfer.

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That solves it all! With the help of iMyFone TunesMate, you'll never meet iTunes keeps freezing issue.

How to Fix iTunes Keeps Freezing

Before any action is taken on the iTunes program itself, it is essential to restart the system in other to kill all running programs, and also on system resume make sure all auto-start applications are put off then restart your iTunes.

If it doesn't work, it is advisable to check for windows update, and also update all outdated drivers on the system.

Method 1 To Update Windows System

Step 1: Click on the Control Panel.

Step 2: Looking for Windows Update.

Step 3: Check for changes in windows and update it.

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Method 2 To Update Drivers

Step 1: Click on the START button.

Step 2: Navigate to Control Panel.

Step 3: Click on Hardware and Sound.

Step 4: At the left-hand side panel, look for Device Manager.

Step 5: Click on device managers and search for outdated drivers.

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Method 3 Uninstall Recent Programs

Another solution to iTunes keeps crashing is to uninstall recent programs that might cause your iTunes to crash, most especially if there is any recently installed antivirus. A system restore can help.