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TonyV
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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.

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Any one any ideas of what to do?

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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!

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