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The * is a wildcard, and will search for any files with the qt or qts file extension, whatever their file names. The only sure way to check is to open the Properties of each file and check the version information.5] Reboot.6] Open the Registry and search for any Apple or Quicktime entries and delete them.
Beware, making incorrect changes to the registry can cause serious problems with the operating system, and in some cases cause it to fail completely.
Make sure you have a way out, and this Microsoft article may help.
If you would prefer not to do that, use a utility like CCleaner, which will check the registry for errors.7] Reboot, and re-download Quicktime.
Because of that, you should almost always update to the latest and greatest version as soon as you can. That's because i Tunes automatically notifies you when a new version is released.
In that case, a pop-up window announcing the upgrade appears when you launch i Tunes.
When you next boot, Windows will give you a message stating you are in "Selective Startup" mode You can suppress that window from within the window itself.2] Reboot.
Close down any Apple/Quicktime icons in the System Tray, (the notification area next to the clock).
Contact your technical support group." i tried deleting it many different ways and it will not work any help would be greatly appreciated Hi, Have just cured my problem.
After that, I installed the standalone Quicktime installer, which worked!
Then I installed i Tunes (which probably re-installed QT over the top of itself, but hey, what the **** - it worked!
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