Uninstalling QuickTime on Windows XP Pro

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McQAg

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I've tried several methods of attempting to remove / uninstall old versions of QuickTime and Bonjour from my Windows XP Pro OS...unfortunately, nothing seems to completely remove the fragmented (partially removed) files from my system which prevents downloading any new versions or updates of iTunes. Even trying to remove the files with the Registry Editor hasn't been successful. Please help! I desperately need to move past this problem.
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Note that since it likely you have already run the programs uninstaller, you will probably need to reinstall it to be able to uninstall it with Revo. You can, however, by confident Revo will get it all out.

Be sure to follow the directions very closely. Particularly in removing the registry entries detected by the scan. Delete ONLY the entries displayed in bold type.

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