Due to the rapid update of iTunes, many iTunes videos lovers run into a problem when converting iTunes videos to MP4 with TuneFab M4V Converter for Windows
. Having tested and found out this problem, our technical team has worked out a solution. And we would like to share it with you all. If you come across this issue, you can follow the guide below.
- Step 1. Delete iTunes movies and sign out Apple ID
- Step 2. Uninstall iTunes and related component
- Step 3. Install the iTunes 12.9.0 on Windows with Uncheck Automatically Update
- Step 4. Sign In Apple ID and Download the Movies Again
- Step 5. Deauthorize and Reauthorize on your old iTunes version
Step 1. Delete iTunes Movies and Sign out Apple ID.
On your iTunes, choose Movies from the drop-down lists at the top right corner. Click "Library" to "Movies" on the sidebars, choose the movies that you want to convert, and click right to "Delete from Library".
After that, you can sign out the iTunes by Clicking to Account and Sign out to move onto the next step.
Step 2. Uninstall iTunes and related component
Go to Control Panel and then Program to uninstall iTunes 12.9.0 and above and the related component. On Windows 10, you can Click Settings and Apps and then remove all the iTunes and Apple-related components. Lists of below should be moved before you move onto the next step.
2) Apple Software Update
3) Apple Mobile Device Support
5) Apple Application Support 32-bit
6) Apple Application Support 64-bit
Step 3. Install the iTunes 12.9.0 on Windows with Uncheck Automatically Update
Right after uninstalling iTunes, now restart the Windows and then download and install iTunes from the link below.
When installing iTunes 12.9.0, please make sure that you have unchecked Automatically update iTunes and other Apple software.
Step 4. Sign In Apple ID and Download the Movies Again
Now open iTunes and then log in Apple ID by clicking to Account and Sign In and then download the movies again and your TuneFab M4V Converter for Windows will work as before. Make sure you have downloaded the iTunes movies to your local hard drives rather than on your iCloud.
Step 5. Deauthorize and Reauthorize on your old iTunes version
If you failed to get this problem fixed, then please deauthorize your Apple ID and reauthorize your old iTunes 12.9.0 version and then see if your problem is fixed.