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Good suggestion, I was using the UnInstall program that was in the Quicktime folder.

I now have used the add/remove function from the Control Panel, I then went and deleted the folders that contained Quicktime and iTunes. Installed a fresh download from apple.com.

And.......<drum roll>.....

A nice clean bootup, no errors, thanks so much for your help.

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another victory for the good guys! congrats!
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