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How to resolve the error “iTunes cannot run error”.

By dwarkarao
Many of us just love music and ipods are the devices which makes it possible for us to copy all the music we like and listen anywhere we want. But sometimes we get irritated when we get the error message “iTunes cannot run because it has detected a problem with your audio configuration” when we try to access the itunes.

Anyways there is nothing to worry at all, this is because of the conflict with the QuickTime software. We just have to uninstall and reinstall QuickTime to resolve this problem. The following steps will guide you how to do so:

Uninstalling QuickTime:
Step 1: Go to start -> settings -> control panel.
Step 2: Select the “Switch to classic view option” on the left pane.
Step 3: Double click on the Add or Remove Programs. A new window will come up with all the programs that are present on your computer.
Step 4: Scroll down the list and find QuickTime.
Step 5: Click on the change/remove button. A message will come up asking if you are sure to remove the program.
Step 6: Click on OK.
Step 7: Wait for it to uninstall and exit the menu.

Downloading and installing the QuickTime:
Step 1: Go to the below web site:
Apple - QuickTime - Download
Step 2: Select the option that does not include iTunes.
Step 3: Select the option “Free Download”
Step 4: Once it is complete, Double click on the EXE file to install.

Now you are free from the error and you can copy your favorite music with out any problem.

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