Need Help with Itunes

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  1. mkptrzk

    mkptrzk New Member

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    I need help with itunes 8.2.1...It was working fine yesterday but after i update it to 8.2.1 i get this message ""Module C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesMiniPlayer.dll failed to register"..

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    ..I have been looking around trying to find an answer on how to fix this....Wonder if anybody else is having same problem...Thanks for the help...
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    have you tried to resinstall iTunes?
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    mkptrzk New Member

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    Yes i have...I tried to install quicktime fist and then itunes next but i still get that...I also ran avg to see if any virus comes up but nothing...
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    I had this problem. It's AVG 8.5 (If you have it) Fix-

    Here's how I did it (Microsoft XP Professional and AVG Free)---------
    1. Open AVG Free
    2.Click "Components" at the top, scroll down to "Resident Shield"
    3. Under the "Resident Shield" directory, Click Manage Exceptions.
    4. When the menu pops up, click "Add Path" at the upper right.
    5. When the window pops up, click these folders in this order-

    C://>PROGRAM FILES>ITUNES
    OK
    C://>PROGRAM FILES>IPOD
    OK

    When you click on the iTunes/iPod folder, make sure you don't click the arrow, but click on the folder itself.

    6. Hit okay and save your settings, click apply and exit AVG. When you look at the exceptions on AVG, the directory should look like this C:\Program Files\iTunes\ And C:\Program Files\iPod\
    7. Restart your computer. (Optional)
    8. When you turn it back on, open iTunes, it should go through a little setup process, then iTunes should work.

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