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So I keep getting errors playing QuickTime movies on my computer, getting messages that a vital component is missing. Fed up with this I went to the Apple site to pick up a full install of the latest version, only to learn this apparently can only be installed as part of an iTunes installation. Is this really the only way to properly update QuickTime now? Rather than force me to install iTunes, this just has me ignoring this problem for now.

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