Thanks! Just happen to be having this same issue myself. I had given
up before seeing this.
On Feb 25, 2006, at 2:55 PM, Bruce Johnson wrote:
> On Feb 25, 2006, at 9:29 AM, Tom Ethen wrote:
>> I just tried to install iLife 4 on my Quicksilver and I keep
>> getting the
>> message that iTunes, iMovie, etc is running on my QS and I need to
>> close it
>> before the install can be done. Since none if that is true, how do
>> I get
>> around this issue so I can install iLife 4?
> Fire up Activity Monitor, and in the Activity Monitor window, find
> and halt a process called iTunes Helper, this is an 'invisible' app
> that is in the Startup Items, and causes this problem.
> Bruce Johnson
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