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Thanks Airshipguy. This really worked.

  1. Patch iTunes to Bypass Signature Request. Archive View Return to standard view. Last updated – posted 2010-Mar-8, 10:51 pm AEST. So I thought what if iTunes gets patched / cracked somehow so that the signature verification gets bypassed, is that possible, at least theoretically!
  2. Free Download iTunes is a free dynamic app for MAC. It contains on Mini useful player that plays digital music and videos of users comfortably. This versatile application smartly syncs content to Apple TV, iPod or iPhone.

I have not tried all of recommendations from Apple support, being out of pocket for time and also the uncertainty of losing the settings. Before reading this post, I had tried only repairing iTunes. Subsequent to reading above post, I repaired all of Apple installations in a sequence such that the last one was that of 'Apple Software Update'. I did this sequence intuitively and have no scientific reason.

Huge iTunes patch: Apply it and move on Although 163 security fixes is a big update for any product, Apple users should be more concerned with recent Java issues.

For those who need to be more aware on Windows 10, right click windows button, select 'Programs and Features', and then search Apple. As indicated by the post above, it is the 'Apple Software Update' that does the trick.

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My response was to reassure people that this works. Often a single post does not give that confidence to give a go!

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