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Errors installing iTunes

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:P I just downloaded iTunes from the website and saved the file on my computer. I opened the file and began to install it. Everything was hunky-dory until I came across an error message that said:

"Error 1406: Could not write value to key \Software\Classes\.cdda\Openwithlist\iTunes.exe" :tazz:

I attempted to retry but it didn't budge. So I clicked ignore to see if it would work without it. Then it came across another iTunes error message:

"Error 1402: Could not open key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Classes\.cdda\OpenWithProgids :)

I pressed OK and then a message:

"Error 1603 Fatal Error during installation" :woot:

It rolled-backed the installation. Is there anything I can do to fix this? I have been having the same problem with Norton SystemWorks 2006 (Error 1406: Could not write value to key....such and such) :)

If there is anyone who could help me get past this and install iTunes (and possibly have a suggestion for Norton) I will greatly appreciate it! Muchos Gracias!
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