3 Replies Latest reply: Nov 23, 2010 9:16 AM by mbitt
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I am running iTunes under Windows XP Pro. A couple months ago my automatic iTunes updater choked and things got corrupted. iTunes continues to work but I can't update it. From iTunes it indicates I am running version 10.0.1.22. When I look at the version in Add/Remove Programs on the Control Panel it indicates version 10.0.0.68. When I try to Remove iTunes from the Control Panel so that I can reinstall the new version I get an error that "The feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable...enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package iTunes.msi in the box below" and it chokes. When I search my hard drive for all occurrences of iTunes.msi I find two: one associated with iTunes 10.0.1.22 and one with the version I just downloaded today. It chokes on both of them I am assuming since neither one is associated with the registered version 10.0.0.68. How can I uninstall this corrupted version of iTunes so I can load the new one and move on?

Dell D630