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SolitaryStriker

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I can't install iTunes because it says it can't remove old version of Bonjour. It goes part of the way through the install and I get an error message saying that.

I have looked elsewhere but haven't had much success. Please HELP!

Edited by SolitaryStriker, 30 August 2011 - 12:55 PM.

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Hi SolitaryStriker and welcome at GeeksToGo!tm


Unfortunately, you have posted your question in the wrong forum, expect to be moved to Software > Applications...
Also, you could try what is listed HERE

Feel free to browse around and good luck :)

Edited by Amst3rDamag3, 30 August 2011 - 01:03 PM.

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After reading elsewhere while waiting for a reply, I tried the "Windows Install Clean Up". So far it appears to be working. When I looked at add and remove programs again, bonjour was no longer listed. I am currently downloading iTunes and haven't had any troubles yet.
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iTunes successfully downloaded. I apologize for posting this inquiry in the wrong place before. Thanks for your help! It would appear, at least in my case, "Windows Install Clean Up" took care of the problem.
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