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I have a MacBook-Pro with Mac OS X 10.6.4 install on it. iTunes 9.2.1(5) with (latest update) every thing worked fine until yesterday but today when I open iTunes and I get this error:

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I set my time zone in profile setting Asia/Tehran and also set my laptop time automatically and manually and got this error in both setting.

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So both and your computer are set to Tehran time, then? – Lawrence Velázquez Aug 1 '10 at 19:10
yes I set my laptop timezone to tehran but still get the error – Am1rr3zA Aug 1 '10 at 19:48
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I Solve this by set my time zone with my official Time of my country using NTP.

I find the NTP server of my country was .

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