Quicktime updates

i have been trying to upgrade qt for almost a year now.
And anything past 7.15 doesn't work. when i go on the web to view videos
a message comes up quick time is not install correctly then it says there
is a plugin error then a broken icon appears.I went into the registry and cleaned anything to do with quicktime and still no help there.
It appears apple doesn't support quicktime so i am stuck. If the websites gave me a choice i would use real player and save myself the aggrevation.
the only reason i am even bothering with this is i have an ipod and apple won.t
share is files with anything but itunes. i wont buy one again.appple should go to open software with Ipod in my opinion.someone will hack it sooner or later anyway.Apple is not a safe as it was.If they can crack the iphone they can crack the Ipods.

There's lots of opinions about that here if you look around. I did it successfully from a clean install recently. Just doing the update will likely give you grief. I think the general consensus is stay with same generation software.
Doug

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