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Old 02-18-2012, 11:04 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Teknikal View Post
Well they have blocked iexplorer (used to be iphone explorer) on recent itunes versions, the same code could easily be blocking calibre and other third party programs, people on older versions would probably not notice.

Just for the record Bonjour crashes on my system anytime my net disconnects for even an instant and I've nothing else on my system that ever crashes. I honestly think Apple are terrible at software, tried safari once and it crashed every five minutes as well.
Its a system issue then, for you. Iexplorer and phoneview both work just fine here, OSX 10.7.3 and iTunes 10.5. Apple aren't terrible at software, that's a sweeping generalisation which isn't useful to you: perhaps some research and posting in http://discussions.apple.com might help you find the source of the problem
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