Itunes: Entry point not found   vista

When I try and download itunes 10.6 I get this:   
The procedure entry point
AVCFAssetCreateWithByteStreamAndOptions could not be located in
the dynamic link library AVFoundationCF.dll.
I have tried to remove everything that has anything to do with itunes on my computer and it wont work. Please help =(

Repair Apple Application Support.
START/CONTROL PANEL/PROGRAMS N FEATURES/highlight AAS and click REPAIR

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