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Itunes, Quicktime Won't Work

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#1 bronzebogen


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Posted 20 January 2007 - 07:24 PM

Hi! Nice forum you have going here.

I've looked around and couldn't find my problem listed exactly, so here it is:

A month ago I did a system restore due to some bad display drivers and other non-vital system changes I made. Once I restored my computer to an earlier time and found what I had done wrong with the drivers, etc..., I decided to restore it FORWARD to where I had been before. It went smooth, but when I tried to start MS Works it wouldn't start. I'm not worried about that.

But when I try to start iTunes a window pops up saying "Itunes has encountered a problem and needs to close." The same with quicktime. I can't view any websites that require quicktime either. The changes I made had nothing to do with these programs.

I've reinstalled both programs several times.

I also used spybot's system check and saw dozens of INI files and EXE files missing!

Has anyone had this problem before or know how to fix it?

Thanks in advance!

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 05:49 AM

I would recommend running system file checker (SFC). See this link for more information on SFC.
The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who haven't got it.

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