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Having problems with Apple software.

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I have Itunes on my computer although don't really use it much. Apple keep trying to send me updates but my computer won't accept them. It keeps saying that the feature I am trying to use is on a network source that is unavailable and I haven't a clue what that means. :whistling: I have tried to remove quicktime and itunes from my computer completely and then re-install but it won't let me remove them. :blink: I tried to install some Kodak easyshare software for my new digital photo frame yesterday and it won't let me install this either - it gets so far with installing and then throws an error message up - I think Kodak uses quicktime doesn't it so this may be the problem. Has anybody had this problem before and is there any solution cos its driving me nuts. :help:
I have looked on the apple site for a solution but unfortunately can't find one. :help:
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