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When I try to open iTunes it says quicktime was not found. It says to uninstall ans reinstall iTunes. Will this delete my music if I do not have anything to back it up to? Or, can I just reinstall QuickTime?
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    Portlock - Oahu

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You can download Quicktime HERE.

Beyond that, if you're on a computer then you must at least have a CD/DVD writer. If you're on a laptop, and don't have a CD/DVD writer, then you might think of purchasing a USB CD/DVD drive, or an external USB hard drive to back up your music... that is, if you value what you have. Or, if you don't want to spend the money, then create a new folder and copy/paste your music files there so they at least exist in two places.
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Will this delete my music

No. iTunes holds only LIST (library) of your music, not the music itself.
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