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iTunes stuck in add/remove programs list

By mzjoycexd ยท 6 replies
Mar 18, 2006
  1. I am having trouble uninstalling itunes and quicktime. I had a shuffle awhile back but i lost it and i decided to uninstall the two programs. I uninstalled it from the start menu and it said it was successfully off. I went back to my add/remove programs list and they both were still on the list but with no size. I clicked "remove" and a windows says the InstallShield wizard will load but it never does. I've been doing the same thing clicking on "remove" for weeks and nothing seems to happen. Can anyone help?
  2. mzjoycexd

    mzjoycexd Topic Starter


    if anyone has a solution please neomail me; , i'd appreciate it :)
  3. Peddant

    Peddant TS Rookie Posts: 1,403

    Sometimes entries get left in the Add/Remove list even after the program has been uninstalled.Download CCleaner - http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4191.html That might pick them up.

    You can also try manually, Start/run regedit and navigate to
    Delete the subkey below this level that corresponds to the programs in question.
  4. Tedster

    Tedster Techspot old timer..... Posts: 5,746   +14

    posting emails in a public forum is foolish and a sure way to get spam.

    I should send some spam over just for doing it! (but I'm not that harsh)
  5. mzjoycexd

    mzjoycexd Topic Starter


    and i care because? go ahead and spam lmao you're not going to hurt me, i know you're not harsh because you acting fresh :haha:
  6. pcrepairs247

    pcrepairs247 TS Rookie Posts: 39

    tut tut

    m8 a think he was giving a tip to you noobs to be honest, do you know how many people read these post's. I hack sumtimes and i already know ur e-mail/ip/and that ur novice on computers! u r an easy target. do what the dude says dont post ur e-mail
  7. Spike

    Spike TS Evangelist Posts: 2,122

    tut tut indeed.

    That kind of hacking is NOT condoned by Techspot.

    It's not impressive, and it's not cool, though perhaps you'd like to tell everyone where you got that IP from?

    Second thoughts... Thread closed.
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