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iTunes Crash: "You do not have enough access privileges for this operation"

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using 10.6.7 and iTunes 10.2.2. Haven't done anything that I am aware of to muck things up. Here is what I have done to troubleshoot:

*repaired permissions
*logged in as another user
*verified, then repaired disk
*done a complete uninstall of iTunes per Apple KB article
*downloaded the 10.6.7 combo update and installed it

I'm frustrated!!

This is what I am seeing in console after the crash:

5/16/11 4:36:04 PMcom.apple.launchd.peruser.501[355]([0x0-0x76076].com.apple.iTunesHelper[1290]) Exited with exit code: 1
5/16/11 4:36:19 PMcom.apple.launchd.peruser.501[355]catch_mach_exception_raise_state_identity(): PID: 1704 thread: 0x1ab1f type: 0xa code: 0x1002ec044 codeCnt: 0x2 flavor: 0x1002ec054 old_state: 0x1002ec05c old_stateCnt: 0x2c new_state: 0x1002ed02c new_stateCnt: 0x1002ed028
5/16/11 4:36:19 PMcom.apple.launchd.peruser.501[355](com.apple.ReportCrash.Self[1704]) Job appears to have crashed: Trace/BPT trap
5/16/11 4:36:19 PMcom.apple.launchd.peruser.501[355]catch_mach_exception_raise_state_identity(): PID: 1703 thread: 0x1aa1b type: 0xa code: 0x7fff5fbfdf04 codeCnt: 0x2 flavor: 0x7fff5fbfdf14 old_state: 0x7fff5fbfdf1c old_stateCnt: 0x2c new_state: 0x7fff5fbfe42c new_stateCnt: 0x7fff5fbfe428
5/16/11 4:36:19 PMcom.apple.launchd.peruser.501[355](com.apple.ReportCrash[1703]) Job appears to have crashed: Trace/BPT trap
5/16/11 4:36:19 PMcom.apple.launchd.peruser.501[355]catch_mach_exception_raise_state_identity(): PID: 1695 thread: 0x1aa1f type: 0xa code: 0x7fff5fbfdf04 codeCnt: 0x2 flavor: 0x7fff5fbfdf14 old_state: 0x7fff5fbfdf1c old_stateCnt: 0x2c new_state: 0x7fff5fbfe42c new_stateCnt: 0x7fff5fbfe428
5/16/11 4:36:19 PMcom.apple.launchd.peruser.501[355]([0x0-0x95095].com.apple.iTunes[1695]) Job appears to have crashed: Trace/BPT trap
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Originally Posted by snpower View Post

using 10.6.7 and iTunes 10.2.2. Haven't done anything that I am aware of to muck things up. Here is what I have done to troubleshoot:

*repaired permissions
*logged in as another user
*verified, then repaired disk
*done a complete uninstall of iTunes per Apple KB article
*downloaded the 10.6.7 combo update and installed it

I am having the same issue. I am also running iTunes 20.2.2 and OSX 10.6.7. I tried all of the same things listed above with no success.
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I have been experiencing the same problem and tried everything you have listed above. In this case, it appears that the iTunes Library xml file is damaged. The only way to fix this is to rebuild the library's metadata. To do this, complete the following steps.

 

1. Locate the iTunes folder (By default, this folder is in \Users\Music)

 

2. Drag the folder to the Desktop (or other directory)

 

3. Open iTunes

 

4. Import your entire music collection from the Old iTunes folder you dragged to the desktop earlier.

 

5. iTunes will automatically rebuild your library, this might take a while. Enjoy!

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