Today, I've uncovered a problem which has me tearing my hair out, as my iPod represents a piece of my heart. iTunes will not open. When I click on the icon, it just sits dormant in the Process Manager. I try to kill it; nothing happens. I downloaded a program called Perfect Uninstaller. Should call it "Inefficient Uninstaller". It supposedly force uninstalls programs the "easy" way. Didn't do anything, either. I tried downloading and installing iTunes again; the installer just freezes. Then, after several futile attempts, I finally got the installer to run its course, only to have the program tell me that Quick Time needs to be installed. Um, Quick Time IS installed. I tried uninstalling Quick Time then, and reinstalling it. Tried iTunes installer once more (after several installer freezes, of course) only to have the installer claim that it still needs Quick Time to run properly, even though I just performed a fresh install of QT. Losing patience, here. Any ideas?
-The Seventh Son (running Win 7)
Edited by hamluis, 16 May 2011 - 07:45 PM.
Moved from All Other to Audio/video.