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Errors Loading iTunes Software


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jsandora

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I've been unable to load iTunes onto my PC. I am running XP with all appropriate updates. I have tried to install this in two places. The first is as the main user (one with administrative rights). I get an error message as follows:

Error 1406: Could not write value to key \Software\Classses\.cdda\Open with lists\itunes.exe. Verify that you have sufficient access to the key.

It doesn't let me proceed from there. If I try to install under the administrator, i get an error message that says something about the installer.

I've tried to contact several people on this and nobody has provided any insight. Does anyone have any thoughts?
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Regedit, navigate to and right click

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\.cdda

Choose PERMISSIONS

What do you see checked in PERMISSIONS when selection ADMINISTRATOR, and USER in scroll list? Is anything GREY or are boxes checked or selectable?
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Thanks for getting back to me. I need some further explanation please. I'm not familiar with the the word "regedit".... Also, could you help me find where that file would be located? I wasn't able to find any of the folders mentioned. Thanks very much.
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