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When I started up my laptop, the itunes icon had disappeared along with with library of songs. I tried a system restore - the itunes icon reappeared but on clicking it, windows tried to install itunes but failed because quicktime was missing. Most of the songs are on my ipod but i do not know what will happen if I try to connect my ipod back to the laptop. What should I do?

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I would download quick time again. If quick time is missing itunes will not work. download here

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