Quicktime and itunes will not open error message

I think their is suppose to be two files (QuickTime.qts and QuickTimeVR.qtx) in the systems 32 folder. But there is a quick.ime also in the folder, do I delete it so that my quicktime and itunes work.

No, quick.ime is not part of Quicktime. Don't delete it.
If Quicktime will not open, then iTunes can't work.
Can you give the Quicktime error message in full, and also check in your Windows error logs or Problems & solutions to see if there is more information there.
You haven't given your Windows version which helps when troubleshooting.

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