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How to get rid of itunes and all its minions


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#1 adeline

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Posted 02 July 2011 - 06:18 PM

I've uninstalled iTunes, and have tried uninstalling QuickTime. Computer's audio isn't working anyway, so I want to get rid of all programs associated with iTunes. But I constantly get error message #0
Quick Times Failed to Initialize. Googled, followed steps, but get to point where supposed info in next step is missing. The computer is Samsung with Windows XP. Two email accounts, one on IE (which constantly says when mail is opened that need to have Flash Drive -- which is installed), and Mozilla, which displays annoying Error Message #0 over and over and over. I've tried all sorts of ways to get rid of these messages. Help!

Do I need QuickTime for Video? That we have.

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#2 mrfingerz

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Posted 02 July 2011 - 06:24 PM

You may have to reinstall itunes first, but maybe this page may help.
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