1397 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Dec 6, 2007 5:18 AM by scall
You should be alright with that amount of Ram. Very strange that your computer is giving you the Big Blue. Make sure everything is uninstalled. Then, try to install quicktime 7.2 from here:
Once that's done, try to open it. If it works, the problem is not quicktime. Try installing iTunes afterwards and see how that goes. You might have some plug-in issues or even preference file issues. If this is the case, go here:
Hope this helps.
i tried what u said. but my laptop still had the blue screen. but this time. it took a longer to crash down -.-!
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.0.6000.2.0.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
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OS Version: 606000
Service Pack: 0_0
Server information: c2b75457-3a1e-4dd0-bbb0-b92aeeadb19b
I have the same problem on my HP but with pictures - i have tried several different settings - nothing has worked. I am convinced that MAC and VISTA are still not playing well together - with the release of a new MAC OS - I think Vista problems have been pushed to the back burner.
I have a laptop with XP and will be reinstalling iTunes to XP which has been seemless for three iPODS..... i will kep updating iTunes on Vista and hope they fixit.....
yeah it is very sucky. i just brought this laptop too. i sent the error on the automatic vista window error thingy. and it said my problem was a 'stop error' but i have no idea what it meant by that. im thinking of giving up on vista all together. hopefully xp hard drive are still sold. so i can buy that and hook it up to my flat screen since i broke my other xp box by deleting important files to start the window by accident. =O.