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When I open quicktime, I am getting the same error message. I have tried to reinstall and it does not help. Does anyone have a solution?

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Did you remove all your old files first? are you admin?
see if you can use http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;290301 if you can not use add or remove programs.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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When receiving any messages on live messenger or facebook chati keep receiving the message ''quick time failed to initialize error #0


Please download quicktime and reinstall the software. There seems to be an error with your current quicktime software, which is software that runs certain media files. You can find the file you need at http://www.quicktime.com

Good Luck,

NOLA Tech

Jan 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Hi,

You can try the following,

1) Navigate to library, it will be in your main drive.
2) Remove all files from the QuickTime*.PKG, where "*" is your version number. This tells you that those packages are not installed.
3) Click on the "download Quicktime" link. DO NOT USE THE AUTOMATIC UPDATE UTILITY. Download QuickTimeInstallerX.dmg. Double click this file (probably on your desktop) and then invoke the installer by double clicking QuickTime701.pkg.

4) Restart the computer.

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A number of users have experienced problems updating to the newlyreleased iTunes 8.1.1. Generally, when this issue occurs, installationappears to proceed normally but then delivers the error message “Theinstaller encounted errors before iTunes could be configured. Yoursystem has not been modified. To retry these operations at a later timeplease return to the installer again. Click Finish to exit installer.”Fix
This problem can often be fixed by reinstalling the latest version of QuickTime via the following steps:
  1. Download the latest edition of QuickTime for Windows (make sure to pick the option without iTunes)
  2. Choose to save the file to your disk, then double-click the .exe file and install QuickTime
  3. After QuickTime is successfully installed, download iTunes again, choosing to save the file. Double-click the iTunes installer .exe and proceed with installation.
Other potential fixes for this issue include:
Run a disk check Disk errors, particularly in Windows XP, can prevent proper iTunes installation. See this Microsoft Knowledge Base article for instructions on performing a disk check/repair.
Use Windows Installer Cleanup Use the Windows Installer Cleanup toolto remove any references to Apple-related installation files(QuickTime, iTunes, etc.), then re-try using the aforementionedtwo-step method to reinstall QuickTime and iTunes

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Deinstall it. If you got this with iTunes 9 deinstall that as well and go back to the previous versions which can be found on the Apple website under support. I got rid of both of them and reinstalled iTunes 8.2.1 with quicktime and all of the various programs that were giving me "stopped working" messages all started functioning properly again.

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Can't open Quick Time


Apple sucks... and whats possible is that the video type is a .mp4 or something other than .mov, try just converting the video into an avi and use divx or even windows media player, btw if you own a mac, i have no idea what to tell you,

if that donst work when u uninstall quicktime, just makesure all files...ALL! files of qt are gone b4 u try to reinstall

hope that helps

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I cannot get my itunes to work.


Remove your quicktime
Remove your Itunes

Reinstall your itunes.

Regards,

dC

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Problem with QuickTime


Uninstall Quicktime I've tried following the steps here, but I can't seem to uninstall my version of Quicktime. I have a quicktime folder in my program files, but it doesn't appear in my "add/delete programs" screen accessed through the control panel. I also can't simply delete the entire quicktime file as one of the files gives me the "access denied" error and won't let me delete it.

So how do I get rid of this Quicktime program so I can try reinstalling itunes?



OR TRY THIS
You can download the stand alone Quicktime Player installer at:

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/standalone.html

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You might try reinstalling Macromedia Projector (now Adobe Flash).

Sometimes if you use compatibility mode to run the game:
  • Click - Start, Programs, Accessories, Program Compatibility Wizard.
  • Follow the prompts to set up the compatibility mode.
  • Use Windows 98 compatibility, and disable visual themes.
Also you could change Apple Quicktime to run video in Safemode:
Quicktime Player > Edit > Quicktime Preferences > Advanced > and under Video Change from DirectX to Safe Mode (GDI)

You may need to reinstall Quicktime, but uninstall the old version first.

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