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Itunes 10.5 cpu goes to 100%

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by LaCroix, Oct 22, 2011.

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    Can't Sync my iPad since upgrading to iTunes 10.5. It seems between iTunes and the apple mobile device manager the CPU goes to 100% and just sits there. PC is a Compaq with an AMD processor. Thanks.
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    I'm assuming the CPU utilisation returns to 'normal' if you quit iTunes?

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    It's a combination of iTunes and the Apple Mobile Device manager. They each take up about 50%. If you force quit one, the other will shoot to 100%. The only way to get the computer back to normal is to force quit them both. It was fine until the 10.5 upgrade.

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