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Windows Installer will not ininstall Itunes

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#1 nemco1


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Posted 16 April 2009 - 10:53 AM

When trying to uninstall itunes, I get a message that says: "the windows installer service could not be accessed". In checking in device manager I discovered that windows installer was running and checking the registry, windows installer is set to start automatically. I have also tried to change the registry setting to manual with no success. I have also tried to uninstall in the safe mode with no success. I have had trouble installing some, but not all, other programs. I am running Vista 64. Thanks in advance for your help.

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