HT1414 In updating my iTunes,I got a message "Service Apple Mobile Device failed to start. verify that you have sufficent priviliges to start system services". Cant figure out what to do

In updating my iTunes,I got a message "Service Apple Mobile Device failed to start. verify that you have sufficent priviliges to start system services". Cant figure out what to do

So many people are having this problem! Doehunter's instructions here worked for me!  Hope this helps. https://discussions.apple.com/message/23824640#23824640

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