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the older version of bonjour cannot be removed. contact your technical
Ok I got a new IPhone and tryed to load music on it from I Tunes and it said it needed itunes 8.2 and I had 8.0 so I tryed to up date Itunes and got this message (the older version of bonjour cannot be removed. contact your technical support group) so I look around and try to remove BonJour and and I did but still got the message so I got a hold of itunes they tell me to uninstalle and reinstale so it took forever to back up my itunes and uninstalled I go to reinstalle same message (the older version of bonjour cannot be removed. contact your technical support group) now I have no I tunes my computer is running real real slow and I dont know what to do can you help?
1. Go to Start > Run > type the command below and hit OK.
2. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Bonjour
3. Rename the mdnsNSP.dll file in that folder to mdnsNSP.old
4. Restart your computer
5. Delete the Program Files\Bonjour folder
This is just a little different command. I found this while researching your issue.
Copy and paste the command as it needs to be exact.
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