I am unable to open or repair itunes due to an error about visual basic script ...HELP.?
The error message says "VBS is not installed or has been disabled. Re-register VBS then install itunes."
I have called itunes and Dell and Microsoft and they are either unable to help or want to charge me a bunch of $$ to do so.
I am running a Dell2400 and windows xp.
Will a system restore correct this particular problem? If not I don't want to restore because I recently deleted a bunch of stuff to speed up my computer.
Please HELP !!
- HexLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
The files that you deleted could have been vital VBS runtime
files needed by your system. I highly recommend that you do
please do a system restore for problems with VBS can cause
major security issues aswell.
I wish you well.
Ignore that moron that posted saying he reported you.
He's just an idiot with nothing better to do than to annoy
- 1 decade ago
Well :according to "Dell Products" or "Computers"if any model
weather it's " Desk Top, Laptop and Notebooks" they differ with
repair services yes because "Itunes" does come free when added upon your "Monitor Screen area ! in order to fix that problem. Please refer http://yahoo.itunes.repairservice.com/ orSource(s): Programning & Design
- Anonymous1 decade ago
hah! I have reported you to the officials who will soon knock your double-post off the web!