How to Fix iTunes Error 7 (Windows Error 127)
The “iTunes error 7 Windows error 127” issue is very common for the iTunes users and some of the users know how to fix this problem but not all of them. So here, we will discuss about the reasons behind this error and how to troubleshoot this problem.
Let’s first discuss the causes of iTunes Error 7.There are numerous factors that cause the errors like iTunes error 7, Windows error 127.Following are a few reasons why this error occurs.
- Failed or incomplete installation or uninstallation of any application leaves the traces of its existence in your Windows directory.
- Corrupt download or installation of iTunes.
- Malware infections or viruses that spoil Windows system files or files that support iTunes work fine.
- Incomplete shutdown of the computers because of power fluctuation or failure.
- Users without knowledge of softwares and system files accidentally delete necessary system files or registry files.
When you get the iTunes error 7, you may get help from iTunes Customer Service to resolve this issue. However, following are instructions to troubleshoot and resolve this error.
- Repair Registry Entries Associated with Error 7 (Windows Error 126)
- Clean Out Your System Junk (Temporary Files and Folders) With Disk Cleanup (cleanmgr)
- Conduct a Full Malware Scan of Your PC
- Utilize Windows System Restore to "Undo" Recent System Changes
- Perform a Clean Installation of Windows
- Update Your PC Device Drivers
- Run Windows System File Checker ("sfc/scannow")
- Install All Available Windows Updates
- Uninstall and Reinstall the iTunes Program Associated with Error 7 (Windows Error 126)
Doing this will fix the problem and you won’t see the error again. To avoid such situations, avoid visiting unauthorized websites, try not to install software from third party sources.