ITunes and Quick Time upgrade 9.0.2 error downloading and installing

Hi,
This morning I recived notification that there is a new update for iTunes and Quick Time. While downloading and installing this upgrade 9.0.2, I received the following error:
An error occurred during the installation of assembly "Microsoft.VC80.CRT, version= "8.0.50727.4053" type="win32", publicKey Token="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b", process or Architecture="x86"', please refer to Help and Support for more information. HRESULT: 0x800736B3.
What the heck does that mean???

I received the same error and spent roughly an hour and a half troubleshooting with the Apple Customer Support before I was told that it was a Windows or Lenovo manufacturer issue -- something to do with a registry key -- and that this was outside the realm of Apple Customer Support.
If you are able to resolve it, I would be interested in knowing how.

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