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how to fix "not a valid win32 application" problem?

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when i tried to install itunes for windows 7 (64 bit) it always shows 'itunesetup6464.exe is not a valid win32 application"....please help to fix this issue..

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Sounds like what you're trying to do is install a 64-bit application on a 32-bit platform, which won't work.

You need the 32-bit installer if your system is a 32-bit system.
Where did you download the iTunes installer from?

As a general rule, 32-bit programs will run on 64-bit platforms.
However, 64-bit applications will never run on 32-bit platforms: you'll get errors such as the one you received.
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