4833 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: May 3, 2010 11:45 AM by b noir
PLEASE don't tell me to run chkdsk as some knucklehead from Microsoft did - that's like saying "take 2 aspirin and call me in the morning".
No, actually it's what you do if you get a 2330 error on an iTunes or QuickTime install. Those are more often than not caused by a damaged program file on the drive your program files are installed on, and chkdsk is the first (and most effective) port of call with a 2330.
With your one, typically what is happening is that the installer itself is getting damaged during the download to the PC. So the way forward with it is to try to get a working version of the 64-bit installer onto your PC.
In the course of your troubleshooting to date have you worked through the following document?
[iTunes: Windows reports that "iTunesSetup.exe is not a valid Win32 application"|http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1406]
(A few other things to check on if no joy there.)