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Installing QuickTime on Win2k3 Server x 64

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by bigdogks, Aug 9, 2006.

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    I have been running Windows 2000 Server for some time and have hand no difficulties with QT or iTunes. I recently had to (because of a motherboard failure) replace my system and chose a dual Opteron server using an ASUS server board, and decided to install the 64-bit version on Windows 2003 Server.

    So far, most programs haven't had any serious installation problems and have run fine. But QuickTime and iTunes takes note of the 64-bit OS and refuses to install.

    Does anyone know any way to fool the installer into doing the installation? I have a feeling it will run just fine, IF I could get it to install. Is it possible to modify the package so that it doesn't check for OS compatibility? Thanks in advance for any suggestions. This isn't a critical piece of software, but it is a convenient one.

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