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My iTunes stopped working all of a sudden. Checked iTunes website and was told to access QuickTime through my Control panel. However, when I try to do that I get the error message
"An exception occurred while trying to run
This led me to think that my iTunes problem originates with QuickTime, so I decided to uninstall my QuickTime and reinstall it.
However whenever I use add or remove programs to uninstall I get the message "Fatal Error during installation"
I would appreciate any help. I have HijackThis and CCleaner and can post my registry log if it will help.
I have had numerous problems with itunes and have found advice in the itunes for windows discussion at apple support. You need an apple id to login but its the same registration process as this site and sometimes apple engineers will guide you through how to fix stuff, or you can search that site and find the solution from someone else who had the same problem.
here is a link to apple itunes support, good luck.
I seem to have fixed the problem (at least temporarily). I downloaded QuickTime alternative, still had the problem, downloaded delete doctor and deleted all the Quicktime files in system32 and everything seems to be working now.