Posted 05 May 2006 - 02:06 PM
Recently i got an error while trying to open quicktime .. error 2095 .... and it suggested that i make sure quicktime was properly installed.
I tried to uninstall it and reinstall it, but to no avail.
I've now noticed that my iTunes isnt working properly either.
I've seen various posts about the net about this issue, but to be honest, when it comes to changing anything on my laptop, im very picky about where i get my advice from.
One suggestion was that i uninstall quicktime and then remove any reference to it in the registry.
I've had a look at the registry using the registry editor in TuneUp Utilities and the search for " quick time " returnes over 1300 values ... am i to understand i need to delete every one of these ?! Seems a rather excessive and laborious task.
Has anyone come across a fix for this before, or even a work-around.
As always, your help is very much appreciated.
If there really was a god, then why is my ass the perfect height for kicking ???