Original post by: S W ,
[https://support.apple.com/en_US/downloads/itunes|Here] is a direct download of old iTunes directly from Apple. What you want to do is find an old version around 9 or 10-ish. Right-click the installer, and select compatibility mode for Windows 7. Install using Compatibility mode. Right-Click the iTunes icon and also set that to run with Compatibility mode for Windows 7. Here is a little about the history of the device. Original firmware 1.0 had nothing but basic functionality. The 5 apps such as calculator was a package add-on of $25. The next firmware update was another $10. The 3rd and last charged firmware update was $10, and included the $25 5-app package. I think if you have never purchased those, you can reflash an old firmware, but it will not have the 5-app package.