When I import to itunes my computer sleeps or shuts down.

When I import to itunes, and work in another program, my computer either sleeps or shuts down. Sleeping is much more frequent but it's extremely frustrating. Obviously I didn't use to do this. I suspect it is as a result of an upgrade, but am unsure. any suggestions would be very gratefull accepted.
-Ty [email protected]

Not it. Thanks. I tried it, so thanks for the tip, but I get the same error message. That I need to authorize this computer to get the purchases. I guess it's not really an error message. But It will not let me proceed any further. Once again I have deauthorized and this is the only computer that is authorized for this account.
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