Ok, thank you. I'll read it & try to change it or dump itunes.It what protect your files. It is what I was trying to tell you about. With the shock player in Vista. You can change the settings in it to allow your Itunes. This is why it it is throwing a error at you now. I don't really remember how. But if you read the help file there it may explain to you how to do it. This program here is what was vista downfall . Sense Vista though in 7 and up it has changed.
Yes , It should help you out.Ok, I dumped itunes but if I still need to enable it, I'll need easy directions. TIA
Will this help me ? http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/120778-dep-enable-disable.html
Mine is a 32 bit
Yes. Basically it is a good feature used to make your code safer from injection attacks. Executing code from data sections of memory is just really bad practice. It isn't a surprise iTunes is a culprit as it is a great demo of how not to write a Windows application. Stability, bugs, services, data execution.Yes , It should help you out.
Jobeard is right. This what DEP was design just for that purpose. It just in Vista it could be a pain in the butt.It some times just will not let programs like ITunes be. Which in the long run might be a good thing.