What is iTunes error 3212?
When you try to install ITunes or when you try to connect iTunes then you are unable to connect and receive an error 3212 error message in your windows screen. ITunes is software created by Apple and also supports the Macintosh and windows operating system which is used to manage and play both audio and video files in a computer. ITunes keeps all your music and films all in one place instead of going stacks. You can easily import your data into iTunes and can quickly browse your connection.
ITunes has become one of the most common services for importing of data’s. But sometimes you receive error with this software in which error 3212 is one of them. There are various reasons due to which you receive this error while connecting your iTunes such as the file which you want to transfer gets missing or corrupted due to some issues. This is commonly received in all the versions of windows operating system, Mac operating system and Macintosh Operating system. Occurrence of this error is not a serious problem but it prevents you to import your data or if it occurs continuously then it can further damage your system files.
What makes this error to occur?
This error occurs due to various reasons such as:-
The file which you want to import gets corrupted or damaged due to some issues, Incomplete updates of ITunes software that you have installed, if there is a presence of virus in your system then you surly get system problems and virus also damage your installed operating system as well as your system, due to manual changes in your windows registry, incomplete installation of iTunes software in your computer, this error rarely occurs due to hardware problems.
What are the symptoms?
When you try to install or connect iTunes then you might have received error message 3212 and you are unable to connect iTunes to import files.
How to fix iTunes error message 3212?
- You should update your installed iTunes software and to do this
- In windows: choose help then check for updates.
- In Mac: choose ITunes then check for updates.
Make sure ITunes is running or not and for this
- Click on start and type regedit in run command box and then press enter.
- Locate to this Registry
location:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers 4
- Look in the main pane to point iTunes. If you find one, delete it, and close the registry.
- Finally start Itunes.
If you are unable to remove this error then uninstall your iTunes and then again reinstall it.
You can also use third party repair tool to fix iTunes error 3212.