You might be able to pull it up in C:\WINDOWS\Installer under a msi file to reinstall it to the QuickTime system. Right now I'm on a windows computer with QuickTime 6.3 so not alot of help there. I'll probably flip to another computer tomorrow with the latest version of QT. If b noir stops in you could surely get more advice if not I'll post back tomorrow.
Jacumba, Thank you ever so much for responding and especially so quickly. I will give this a go and see if it resolves the problem I am having. I am just so HAPPY that someone reached out to help, this has been a pain for over a month for me and I have asked this question everywhere I could think of. Will let you know tomorrow if this works. Thank you and God Bless!!!
Let's try a standalone Apple Application Support install. It still might not install, but fingers crossed any error messages will give us a better idea of the underlying cause of the issue.
Download and save a copy of the iTunesSetup.exe (or iTunes64setup.exe) installer file to your hard drive:
Download and install the free trial version of WinRAR:
Right-click the iTunesSetup.exe (or iTunes64Setup.exe), and select "Extract to iTunesSetup" (or "Extract to iTunes64Setup"). WinRAR will expand the contents of the file into a folder called "iTunesSetup" (or "iTunes64Setup").
Go into the folder and doubleclick the AppleApplicationSupport.msi to do a standalone AAS install.
Does it install properly for you?
If instead you get an error message during the install, let us know what it says. (Precise text, please.)