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I download the vista version of itunes and when i click on install I get the message "Windows Installer Service could not be accessed"
VerY simple FIX yet hard to find. This will solve your problem in moments. You will be able to Install your Itunes.
1) Go to help and open your registry editor.
2) click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
3) Click SYSTEM
4) Click CurrentControlSet
5) Click Services
6) Click MSIServer
OK now go down the list and look at for the word ,
WOW64 REG_DWORD 0x00000000 (1)
Change the (1) to a (0) instead.
Your done!! Easy, takes just a few seconds! The will FIX the Windows Installer issue and those of you who have problems installing Itunes on VISTA.
It has caused no further issues on my Vista Computer. Everything works fine.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
The problem is from ownership of the files. Go to control panel.then programs, then remove the programs in the following order: itunes quicktime apple software update apple mobile bonjour apple application support. Now comes the tricky bit. Go to each of the folders in the program directory in turn starting with itunes. Right click the folder and click delete. If it will not let you delete the folder then right click and go down to properties. Go to the security tab. Highlight yourself and give yourself full control. If it will not let you do this then go to advanced then owner and highlight yourself. Click on edit, highlight yourself.The important bit is to put a tick in replace owner on all subcontainers and objects. Click ok ok close all the windows and go back to the folder again. Right click and go down to properties and highlight yourself and give yourself full rights. apply ok. then when you right click on the folder you will be able to delete it. if not go to the subdirectories and do the above. Do this with all the apple related folders mentioned above in the program file folder and also the program data folder . clear all contents in the temp directories of program and program data folders. This takes some time but it does work. Restart your computer and reinstall itunes and itunes and quicktime will work . solved
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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May 05, 2011 | Apple iTunes
Itunes has two version for windows vista, may be you are using the incorrect version.
Check you windows version : right click in COMPUTER then click in PROPERTIES and see if you
have a Windows Vista 32 bits or Windows Vista 64 bits.
If you click on the big blue button, you are downloading the 32 bits version.
if you go down a little bit more, you can see in blue letters "64-bit installer".
Take the correct version and that's it.
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