Itunes causes my computer to have a blue screen and shuts down when closing out Itunes window?

When I close out my Itunes window my computer goes black then to a blue screen with words about crashing then shuts down in Windows Vista!

Thanks, I did that yesterday and it worked. I tried to repair it but it said there was a fatal error and I don't even need that Mobile device support. anyway. So after I uninstalled it, it never happened the next two times I closed out Itunes after that.

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