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  TonyV 10 Apr 12
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I am seriously considering buying an iMac and in researching that possibility, I went to this site Imac Lion To view the video/s. That should have been a very simple operation but a message kept coming up that I had to download Quicktime to view it. I already have the latest version of Quicktime on the machine I use, but it will not open the video clips on their own pages!! What do I have to do? I deleted the version I had on my machine and downloaded the same version and installed again, so I now have the version they recommend, which I had anyway! I have changed every thing to use Quicktime instead of Windows Media, and still it will not open from Apples' own pages.

I have Win7 and IE9.

What settings should there be to make the thing viewable.

Cheers

TonyV

  TonyV 10 Apr 12

Any one any ideas of what to do?

TonyV

  TonyV 10 Apr 12
Answer

Sorted. It wont work in the 64Bit IE9, but will in 32Bit IE9. Why cannot it say that it will not work in IE9 64Bit? Defies logic!

TonyV

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