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ajua

iTunes without QuickTime

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You can extract my installer files and run itunes.msi TARGETDIR="F:\iTunes" to install it there or in another location.

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Does anyone still have a copy of the English Switchless installer for 8.1.1.10? I'd much prefer to use that version for now.

Cheers!

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iTunes 9.0.0.70 has been released by Apple.

Main post updated.

My custom installers are ready to download. Get them at the links in my signature.

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Errors on iTunes Switchless 9.00.70 :(

“Apple Application Support” is required and “QuickTime 7.6.4 or later” is required. FYI, “QuickTime Alternative 2.9.2″ only has “QuickTime 7.6.2″ :(

Any solutions? Please?

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Just be patient, it will come out soon. The developers are usually fast to release new versions.

I don't know if that's an official topic/forum of QA, by the way...

Edited by ajua

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I get the following error:

"Apple Application Support was not found.

Apple Application Support is required to run iTunes. Please uninstall iTunes, then install iTunes again.

Error 2"

I dunno if this is related to your installer, ajua, but I thought it worth mentioning.

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I also mentioned in another similar thread. iTunes 9 now require AppleApplicationSupport. You can install it separate, you will find its AppleApplicationSupport.msi when you extract it from iTunesSetup.exe package.

I also mentioned that the current version of QTAlt is 2.9.2 and only has QuickTime 7.6.2 files, while iTunes9 required 7.6.4. Therefor if you want to use QTA you'll need to wait for an update. Edit: new version of QTA is available.

Edited by eksasol

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I get an error saying Non-7zip archive whenever am trying to install the current version.

this is the first time this happens ( been using those installers since v6 ), and i redownloaded the installer for like ten times and no joice.. whats the catch?

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So, I installed QT Lite 3.0.0 Beta 2. Now I get a completely different error. It is telling me I'm missing WebKit.dll, and that error message is then followed by another error message, telling me iTunes wasn't installed correctly and that I should reinstall it. I've tried this to no avail.

I don't know if something is missing in the QT Lite beta or in ajua's installer.

Edited by mulrich

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I have it installed and running ...

1º AppleApplicationSupport.msi which is in the original installer itunes

2º installer qtlite 3.0.0 beta 2

3º installer itunes of ajua

everything works well

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I'm finishing the iTunes 9.0.1.8 installers right now. I will include Application Support in them.

Also, I'm making just one installer for x86 and one for x64. Making English and Multilanguage separated takes

some time I don't have much right now.

I haven't tried QT Lite 3.0.0 Beta 2 but some guys sent me mails saying that it is working so far.

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