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Trying to install QuickTime on windows millenium


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klockdoc

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Hello,
I have Windows ME on my computer. Pentium III 127.0 M ram. I tried to download QuickTime 7.2, but it states that I need to have Win XP or Vista. When I tried to download Sevice Pak 4 ( it said that this is neded to download 7.0 for WIN 2000) to update my system, I get another error message, "The SP4EXPRESS_EN.EXE file is linked to missing export NTDLL.DLLstrstr"

I thought maybe QUickTime 5.0 might work, but, cannot locate tha old of a file. Any Suggestions?
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Service Pack 4 is designed for Windows 2000 only. It will not run on Windows ME.

The last version of QuickTime for Windows ME is version 6 which you can get here:
http://www.oldversio...php?n=quicktime

if you really need Quicktime 7, the only resolution is to move to Windows XP.
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Thank you very much. I thought I could use an older version, but, did not know where to find it.

Thanks again
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