Cannot re - install after broadcast HD, error 2203 on all services

My problem seems to be very specific and any help on the internet seems to work

  • That's happened?

I run my system on a SSD and install my programs on a HARD drive to keep the SSD free games. My HARD drive corrupted and had to be reinstalled. Thanks to the fact that Windows is safe in the SSD, it wasn't a problem, all I had to do was re - install the programs on the HARD drive.

  • Can't install or uninstall the previous installation

iTunes (and apple support pack, install, bounjur, ipod etc.. services that accompany it) were not even install (option = repair) or uninstall. Always returns an error. So, I went to remove them manually:

+ Clean Windows registry from any input on iTunes and Apple

+ Deleted all files and folders

+ run Windows Install Clean Up to make sure they were all gone

This is often all help the stopovers of the internet, so-called, I would be able to install now that the old installation is over, but...

  • Installation see more older version, even not the box install Apple update, still no luck

Error 2203 like 4 or 5 times and ends with ' installation is impossible, no changes. " I guess the 4 or 5 times for each service, it attempts to install (Hello, updates, etc...).

I run the installer correct version and even the old version, I got the backup (which is not this old 12.5.1.21). But it will ALWAYS FAIL WITH ERROR 2203.

Points of view?

10 64-bit Windows

See the note 1 troubleshooting issues with iTunes for Windows updates. Try the Microsoft cleanup tool. Look at the rest of the tip as needed.

TT2

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