7 Replies Latest reply: May 30, 2009 7:48 AM by Bobo the Bear
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I have a Quicktime version that came when I bought my laptop. The OS system also came with the laptop. I have a Windows XP Home Edition. When I tried to install the Itunes latest version with quicktime it kept reporting that it is unable to remove the old version of quicktime and cannot continue with the installation. I have tried to follow the instructions with regards to removing the Quicktime including the 2 files inside the System 32 folder. I have restarted my pc and tried to install again but it still shows the same problem. Also the Quicktime logo is still showing up in my Add/Remove Program without a file size. So now I don't even have the quicktime anymore. Don't even know what else I can do to completely remove the old file.

Acer Aspire One, Windows XP