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Can't install Quicktime


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#1 abbeg

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Posted 14 February 2009 - 03:34 PM

I had quicktime on my computer (don't remember which version). I do not have nor use itunes. I think if I remember quicktime wanted to update. the version it wanted to update to was 7.60.92.0. I run Win XP sp2 on my computer. The install of Quicktime almost finishes and then reads: HKEY_LOCAL-MACHINE\software\classes\quicktime.qt\shell\open\command Verify you have sufficent access to that key or contact your support personnel. I am the only user on this computer and I do have the computer set so I log on using a password. I do not neccesarily need the newest version of Quicktime but I do need it since I use a video editing program called Avid that needs this program. I also use CS3. Please help me.

I did go to add remove and removed quicktime I believe I need to go into the registry but that scares me!

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Posted 15 February 2009 - 07:51 PM

Were you logged in as an Admin when you tried to install?
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