887 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 21, 2007 11:35 AM by azure8
I have the exact same problem. I used the 'windows install cleanup' program to completely remove all apple programs and started again but still the same problem. From checking the various forums this seems to be a common problem. What are Apple doing about it - absolutely nothing by the sound of it!
Try a clean install for yourself. Link to the windows install cleanup program
Let me know how you get on.
My particular problem seems to have stemmed from when I loaded the last update from Itunes.
I had the same problem with iTunes on Vista. I don't know about Quicktime, but here's what I did to fix iTunes.
Go into Windows explorer, and nagivate to the music > iTunes folder. Delete all files in this folder. Of course, backup your music first. Now open iTunes. I was able to get iTunes working again doing just this. I tried un-installing and re-installing iTunes and that did not fix the problem.
BTW, I replaced the iTunes music folder with my saved copy, and iTunes would not recognize the songs. I had to manually load each one into iTunes.