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I had iTunes installed on my computer, and noticed that everytime I'd get an automatic update, it would give me an error message in the middle of the update saying that it didn't have access to a certain file... itunes.msi. I discovered that the original iTunes.msi is missing. There are others, but they are in different folders, and it only seems to want the original.

I attempted to uninstall iTunes, but it still wanted access to the original iTunes.msi. Is there anything I can do? I tried just deleting everything I could find, but this went poorly for me.

Edited by cbl413, 04 August 2007 - 08:42 AM.

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obtain the Microsoft Installer cleanup utility

download, install, launch. find Itunes. highlight itunes by clicking on it and then click on remove. Exit application and then re-download Itunes.
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