#1
My itunes is seriously ****ed up, whenever I open it, it gives me a message that says "Itunes has detected a problem with your audio configuration. Audio/Video playback may not operate properly." Then when I try to play a song itunes refuses to play it. I haven't touched itunes, my computer, or speakers since last night when it all worked fine. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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#3
I remember having this problem as well. Can't remember how I solved it back then, but I remember it having to do with something being wrong with Windows Media Player if I'm correct. Maybe a reboot will work? Or check your Task Manager for any audio-using applications and processes and close them. If it doesn't work, maybe a reinstall would.

Good luck with it.
#4
You need to delete and reinstall Quicktime. I know it makes no since but that's what fixed mine. Seriously. Go to add/remove and delete quick time then reinstall it from the Apple website.
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#5
I already reinstalled itunes/quicktime. But it makes no sense, it was all working fine last night and today I came home from school, turned on my computer, and itunes was ****ed up.

EDIT: Rebooting fixed it.
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