As you can see, the iTunes 10.7 installer contains many libraries, drivers and other files along with the iTunes application. We’ll need to install these before we can run the application. You’ll also need format iOS device’s partition to install iTunes.A note on iPhones : the process for doing so varies greatly with the make of the phone, the model and other details. I’d recommend making a backup of the contents of your phone before attempting anything. You’ll want to proceed with caution.
Right-click the downloaded file and choose “Compress folder with WinRAR.” Open it and choose the option to “extract all files.” When the extraction is done, you’re ready to move the files to a convenient location. Copy each of the following files to a new folder of your choice and store it in the same folder as iTunesSetup.exe.
1. iokit /win32/iokitmgr.dll – It is accessible as a 32-bit file or a 64-bit file depending on the OS that you are running on. It is a well-known piece of “weapons” in the Mac vs. Windows war. On Mac OS X machines, iokitmgr.dll can be either 64-bit or 32-bit. You can determine which version of iokitmgr.dll you have by opening the Terminal.app and typing the following command: 7211a4ac4a