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I need to install iTunes 64-bit on Windows Vista 64-bit. Upgraded from 10.4 and program crashed. Was advised to uninstall iTunes completed and reinstall. Now the program will not install and I get an "Error 7" message. I tried to install the old version of iTunes 10.4 and the program tells me no because their is a new 64-bit version that I MUST install. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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just uninstall the software and go to www.itunes.com and and download it. it automaticaly should download the one you need for your computer

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