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Help uninstalling itunes


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i cant get rid of itunes from the add/remove programs. It even reinstalled itself.
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You probably did, but when you go to Add/Remove Programs, and click on iTunes, the installer pops up. Then you are given two choices, "Repair" and "Remove." It sounds like you are just clicking okay without reading :whistling: even though that's probably not the case.

Although I hate doing this, if that doesn't work the only other thing I can think of is to just delete the folder from My Computer as well as the iTunes Music folders in My Documents.
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so u want me to delete all folders with itunes?? Im sure it didnt say remove or repair. i just click uninstall and the window shows up the bar finishes and dats it.
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See when I go to Add Remove programs, find iTunes and click "Change/Remove" the installer app. comes up and has a button choice for either repair (a missing file) or remove (demolish). If that isn't showing up for you (for some strange reason) the sloppy way is to remove the folder and all associating folders.

Just wondering, why are you getting rid of iTunes?
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im getting rid of itunes because i dnt really need it and dont like it. I should have never installed it. it just wont getr id of my pc.
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