An error in updating your system has occured

That'll let you know what version installer you should download. I went into my C drive where I have both folders 'Program Files' and 'Program Files (x86)', and instead of what I've usually done and removed files from the (x86) folder, I went into regular Program Files and found i Tunes folder and deleted the whole thing. I had also tried every other tip on many websites to fix the problem and this was the whole effective method for me.

I checked what you told me, it says system type-64 bit.

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when dowloading itunes it says the installer encountered errors before itunes could be configured. I have no clue what this means and I'm not computer literate. There's nothing you have to do to fix this, but I would focus on why i Tunes stopped installing...maybe you have the 64 bit version of the install and just have a 32 bit version of Windows.

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There's nothing you have to do to fix this, but I would focus on why i Tunes stopped installing...maybe you have the 64 bit version of the install and just have a 32 bit version of Windows.

Click Start, right click My Computer, select Properties.

When i Tunes aborted the install, it was simply telling you that since the install did not complete, no modifications have been done to your computer from the attempted install.

Then look around 1/2 way down the window and see if you're either 32 or 64 bit.

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