Thanks for offering to help, but I actually managed to fix it myself!theHermit wrote:well I'm a bit of a computer nerd, but it sounds like you are using iTunes on Windows, of which I have limited experience. From your description, I'd guess there is a bad argument somewhere in the program's run script, but then you tried reinstalling, which is what I would have suggested. I'll see if I can dig up anything else on the subject. Have you updated your operating system or any drivers recently? I assume you are running XP service pack 2 alien?
Am I nearing the glorious nerdism?
I figured out the last error by going deep into the scary spaces of the iTunes program files. The MPlugin the error was referring to was 0 bytes. Therefore, it wasn't anything. I found another MPlugin with someodd bytes on it in the iTunes folder, and switched them out. It worked!
For the other error, I searched for "unknown error 4450" on the iTunes discussion forums. It turns out that lots of people had the same problem. I read what people suggested, and if the suggestion worked or not. Many were suggesting to change the write speed to 8X or lower. I changed the write speed to 6X, and now I'll be listening to GH on the way home!!!!!
Sorry I just feel overly proud of myself.