Glad you got it all squared away. [Added Info]
Although you got everything working ok, I just wanted to add that while I was helping you on this, the computer I'm on didn't have QuickTime nor the Alternative. I went to the apple web site and clicked on iTunes
. It gave an error that i needed QuickTime to be installed to view that page.
I just opened another browser tab (Firefox), went to http://www.free-codecs.com
and downloaded and installed the QuickTime Alternative... I then went back to apples web site, clicked on the iTunes
link.... but this time I didn't get any errors, and everything loaded.
I then went a found an online QuickTime file, and it loaded up with no problems at all... still, without actually having to install the QuickTime itself.
Just thought I would let you know. And also my point may be that you should be careful of sites that claim you need something when you already have it. It's one of the oldest tricks in the book. I'm not saying that's your case.... but I should have told you to go to apples web site afterwards, and click on iTunes
, and if the page loaded correctly, then you have all the needed QuickTime files to watch QuickTime files online. I just found out this new test, but it works wonderfully.
I'll add my findings to my archive.
Edited by Walkman, 07 March 2007 - 04:20 PM.