Apple Looking into QuickTime 7.2 Error Complaints

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Date: Wednesday, July 18th, 2007, 08:39
Category: News

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On Tuesday, Apple stated that it was looking into errors some users have reported with QuickTime 7.2, the most recent version of of its multimedia technology.
According to Macworld News, users have reported issues with Code Fragment Manager applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Entourage.
“Apple has received a few reports that the QuickTime 7.2 update may cause issues with some Power PC-based applications running on Intel-based Macs, and we are looking into it,” commented an Apple spokesperson.
The company is currently recommending that users contact AppleCare support if customers have questions regarding these issues.
A timeline for a QuickTime update to fix the issue has yet to be released.
If you’ve noticed these errors on your Macs or have a fix or workaround, let us know in the forums.


qtlogo.jpg
On Tuesday, Apple stated that it was looking into errors some users have reported with QuickTime 7.2, the most recent version of of its multimedia technology.
According to Macworld News, users have reported issues with Code Fragment Manager applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Entourage.
“Apple has received a few reports that the QuickTime 7.2 update may cause issues with some Power PC-based applications running on Intel-based Macs, and we are looking into it,” commented an Apple spokesperson.
The company is currently recommending that users contact AppleCare support if customers have questions regarding these issues.
A timeline for a QuickTime update to fix the issue has yet to be released.
If you’ve noticed these errors on your Macs or have a fix or workaround, let us know in the forums.

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