Itunes entry point not found AVCFPlayerappliesMediaSelectionCriteriaAutomaticallyKey could not be located in the dynamic linnk library AVFoundationCF.dll

i have tried downloading the new itunes and everything went through but whenever i try to open itunes now i get the error message "The procedure entry point AVCFPlayerAppliesMediaSelectionCriteriaAutomaticallyKey could not be located in the dynamic link library AVFoundationCF.dll" i click ok and it pops up with another message saying that itunes was not downloaded properly and that i have to reinstall it...I've been looking through posts and online for hours and have tried repairing the apple application thingy that was in another post and that did not work. I don't want to uninstall itunes yet for fear of losing all of my music... can someone please help?

Hi,
I had to uninstall completely iTunes to resolve this problem and then install it. Please follow next hyperlink:
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1925
Regards

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