Itunes will not load

  fazza8 15:00 22 Jul 07

I have downloaded Itunes but when i try to run the programme I get an error box saying "The instruction at 0x10001040 referenced memory at 0x10001040. he memory could not be "read". Click on OK to terminate the program"

Does anyone know what the problem is?

  eedcam 15:16 22 Jul 07

You may find you did not install quicktimw with it check that out .You may need to install it seperately if not installed it needs quicktime to run I believe

  fazza8 16:07 22 Jul 07

I have used Apple software update to update Quicktime and Itunes but get the same error message.

  fazza8 16:14 22 Jul 07

When I try to run Quicktime from the desktop icon I get the following message : "A buffer overrun has been detected which has corrupted the program's internal state.The program cannot continue execution and must be terminated."

  eedcam 18:24 22 Jul 07

Could try uninstall and reinstall If it wont uninstall just reinstall on top.Failing that have you got Ccleaner if so run an issues scan looks asif you a corrupt file somewhere.

  fazza8 21:49 22 Jul 07

Tried uninstalling and installing but still won't work. Tried latest ccleaner

  eedcam 22:31 22 Jul 07

Sorry cant think ot owt else Reg cleanr claims to have an I tunes fix need to google it good luck

  fazza8 08:20 23 Jul 07

Cheers my friend

  Probabilitydrive 08:29 23 Jul 07

Make sure that you do have quicktime installed. As eedcam suggested, this error message is related to quicktime installation. click here

  fazza8 14:40 23 Jul 07

I have tried loading Quicktime again. When I try to run Quicktime, it gives a Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime error. "Buffer overrun detected" and it won't load.

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