My iTunes will not open, error message 13014, help!

My itunes will not open on my Macbook Pro, everytime I try it says error message 13014, what does this mean? Thank you!

Hold the option key while starting iTunes and create a new library. Does it start now? If so, it's something to do with your library file. Is there anything we should know about your computer such as you keeping your library on a NAS?

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    Murray3703, only one other time did this happen to me.  It was over 6 years back when I had an iPod Nano and after doing the reinstallation, it wiped out all of the content and applications and corrupted by Nano to the point Apple said it could not be fixed.  I had no other things corrupted on my laptop.  So, I know it was not a virus.
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  • Itunes will not open, error message reads: The iTunes application could not be opened. An unknown error occurred (13014)

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  • ITunes will not open, Error message -45054

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    Murray3703, only one other time did this happen to me.  It was over 6 years back when I had an iPod Nano and after doing the reinstallation, it wiped out all of the content and applications and corrupted by Nano to the point Apple said it could not be fixed.  I had no other things corrupted on my laptop.  So, I know it was not a virus.
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  • ITunes will not open, no message of problems

    iTunes does not show up whenever I click on it, and no message of problems comes onto the screen. Absolutely nothing at all happens. Help?

    See if QuickTime will open. iTunes uses QT codecs to play everything.
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    Problem Signature:
    problem event name: APPCRASH
    application name: iTunes.exe
    application version: 10.2.2.14
    Application timestamp: 4db7cd2f
    fault module name: StackHash_dc26
    fault module version: 6.1.7601.17514
    fault module time stamp: 4ce7ba58
    exception code: c0000374
    exception offset:000ce653
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    additional information 3: 63c9
    additional information 4: 63c99f6db2f5bc0c96c9982f54ea0e74
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    First you need to uninstall it according to Apple's directions here
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    So, last week my itunes update download the lastest version of itunes. When I went to click on the itunes icon to went to install.
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