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When i view a trailer using quicktime in internet explorer, internet explorer stops responding.

I have Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 1.
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first uninstall quiktime then install sp2
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I had SP2, uninstalled it recently, any other solutions?
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you uninstalled sp2? or quicktime?
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I had SP1 before with quicktime, that didnt work so i installed SP2 but that made other stuff worse so then i uninstalled SP2. I haven't reinstalled/uninstalled quicktime.
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Try reinstalling quicktime then.
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uninstall quicktime...install sp2 then put quicktime back
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