Software :: How To Install QuickTime - Installed But Asking To Install Again
Oct 23, 2009
I have mac os x 10.6.1 and i have both Quicktime X an Quicktime 7. When I try to watch a video tutorial for I-life programs, the screen says "QuickTime required. Free download". Then I download the file and when I try to install it says tha Quick time 7 cannot be installed because QuickTime X is already present.
I searched for a while trying to find the answer but did not find it. I just installed Vista Business via Bootcamp. I am not able to access the internet or anything. If I read the help stuff right I need to use the OSX install disk to install the drivers. The problem is, I don't have the install disk. Is there any other way to get the drivers? Or am I just missing something easier?
People, I've been told my iMovie HD issues in Snow Lep may be caused by not having Quicktime 7 any longer. I previously had the Quicktime 7-Pro version, but that got removed and replaced by Quicktime X when I upgraded from Tiger to Snow Lep.
I went to the Apple site to download Quicktime 7, but I'm getting a message in the install process that says "This version of QuickTime 7 can't be installed on this disk because QuickTime X is already present".
How can I get Quicktime 7 back on??? and still preserve Quicktime X too??
I recently did a clean install of my system and deleted my Previous Systems folder. I was looking to play DVDs in QuickTime with the Mpeg-2 Component, but it is missing from /Library/QuickTime. I can't find it anywhere on the drive. I am trying to reinstall it from the QuickTimeMPEG2.dmg I bought from Apple. Installer says "successfully installed" but there's no sign of the QuickTimeMPEG2.component file. And still no ability to play MPEG-2.
I have downloaded through the Apple store the most recent version of the component installer. No dice.
I have deleted QuickTimeMpeg2.pkg from /Library/Receipts. No dice.
I have searched through all /Users. Nothing.
Am I missing something? This is really ticking me off.
I upgrated mac os x 10.5.8 .and tunes 10.6.4.and want use i tunes ,but asking me quicktime 7.5.5 or later,when i going to install quicktime no enough space on my mac,(total 105 gb,free 85gb) what should i do?
So my iPod is all kinds of glitching. None of the apps are working. I press them and they open for a second and then close themselves out. Them I tried installing a new app, a free one, bit it's glitching. I go to the app store, search for Any game but when I press free, it does this weird thing where the free button moves and then all I can see I half the install button. I tried pressing the half-install button but it does nothing. I tried restarting the iPod nut it's the same thing once I turn it back on.
I work in an office where we've picked up a few new MBPs. These machines have Snow Leopard and I'd like to install it on my machine running Leopard. Is there any way that I can install 10.6 on my machine using the Disks that came with the new machines?
I have installed VMFusion Ware and then Windows XP. When I insert the CD to install Microsoft Office, nothing happens... I'm a very new MacBook Pro user and LOVE it but I need to use some Microsoft products for work.
Recently I installed Mac upgrades that automatically came to my MacBook. Then I tried to listen to an audio webcast but it would not play. Today I decided to go to Thompson which originates a lot of webcasts and try a different webcast. I played a video webcast. The video was fine but there was no sound.
I reinstalled the Flip4Mac but that didn't help and Perian says it is already installed.
What I ant to do is copy everything from my desktop (MacPro) running snow leopard to my laptop currently running lion (macbook Pro). I tried migration assistant but everything looks the same. I have hardly any space left so it did transfer but no idea where or how to combine.†
Can i wipe it and start over and copy all files and apps from desktop?
Okay so my 2009 MacBook pro would not start up, took it to the genius bar and they said I need a new hard drive. I installed a Western Digital blue Scorpio one from Best Buy and now when I turn on the computer I just get a flashing folder with a question mark.¬† I've tried holding down c or option when rebooting, and rebooting with and without the OSX install DVD. I'm never given any options and it either starts up to a blank screen or to the question mark.
I have Mac 10.7.4 - I purchased Quicktime 7 Pro but have no idea how to install it. I have my registration codes but when I do what the Apple pages tell me to do to install it, I can't get to the Quicktime Pro Registration dialogue boxes.
I'm trying to install the Xvid codec for Quicktime. And in the ReadMe file it tells me this his how I install the codec:
To install this component, just drag the File "XviD_Codec 1.0 alpha.component" into Library/QuickTime. The Library directory can be found either at your home directory (to install just for the actual user) or at the top-level of your startup volume (this needs an administrator account). Do not put in: /System/Library/QuickTime.
It is possible that the QuickTime directory does not yet exists. In that case you can create it yourself. Pay attention to capital letters if you use a case sensitive file system (i.e. UFS). But I haven't got a clue where the Home Directories are.
I have iMac(intel) with lion installed. I created a new partition and I want to install snow leopard on it. can you please give step by step. I guess I have to go through Target mode by using another mac but just want to make sure if there is another way.
how can I run powerpc apps on lion so I dont have to install SL?
I'm experiencing some issue when I tried to reinstall my OS. It just keeps prompting me Mac OS X cannot be installed on this computer. You have to use your Time Machine to restore..... etc. But its a brand new hard disk. I have also tried using another hard disk. Its just keep prompting the same error.I also have deleted and recreate with 2 partitions, but problem still surface. Deleted and Erase at Utilities- Disk Utility, also can't help.
I had to replace a dead hard drive on my old 2007 iMac. Now I am unable to install Office 2011 on an iMac that had this version of office before the old HD died. I know there are restrictions on the number of installations. Must I purchase Office 2011 again or is there another legal option?
Info: iMac (27-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.2), 3.4 GHz Intel i7, 16 GB DDR3
A while back there was a thread on Archive and install " Cant find it on a search " but anyways. I'd like to do a clean install of the OS and bring over the applications needed, WHY? to me the system seems to be getting bogged down , mite be me also. Question is, is that I have dual boot installed to windows for gaming. Is the new install going to hose that? and would I have to reinstall bootcamp and the whole windows thing again? I was also thinking maybe some program that would go through and clean out old unnecessary files, but that's the old windows in me coming out from years past.
For whatever reason, when I installed Snow Leopard it did not automatically install the updates for the printer drivers already installed in my computer.
I then tried to manually install the printer drivers using the SL disk and still no luck. The printers that I use are both wireless and work when they are connected with USB. Am I missing something? I'm reading all over about how people have made the upgrade with no problems at all so I'm there's got to be something I'm not doing.