Uh oh. I tried to open iTunes, but it said to install again because QuickTime was not found. Oh well.
That's very odd, but not suprising......I've never cared for Quicktime (or Itunes), as they tend to "take over" ones computer.
You can reinstall quick time, and after it's installed, go to Start>Run and type in "MSCONFIG" (without the quotes). Click on the Startup tab, and find the line that says "qttask" and uncheck the box immediately to it's left. You can also do the same for the line "iTunesHelper". This will prevent the two programs from starting when windows starts (when you restart your computer).
If you don't see these 2 items after you install them, try restarting your computer.
Hope this helps!
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