Can't uninstall Apple Mobile Device Support!!!
I'm trying to update my iTunes and iTouch and while doing so, it failed and said I needed to uninstall the Apple Mobile Device Support and totally reinstall the iTunes. Anyway, I can uninstall everything except the Apple Mobile Device Support - I get a message that says a fatal error occurred and it can't uninstall. Apple told me it was a Windows issue and to contact you for assistance. I've restarted and everything else an still can't remove this app.(I'm running Windows XP Professional)
July 6th, 2010 11:09pm

Its Apple software, its their issue
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July 7th, 2010 1:02am

See if this helps: How to fix the "Unable to install Apple Mobile Device USB Driver" problem
July 7th, 2010 2:22am

I was able to follow for the most part, but still can't get Apple Mobile Device Support to remove - keep getting the fatal error message. I was unable to uninstall all of the other apple programs. Very frustrating!!!
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July 10th, 2010 12:11am

I tried everything its been 2 days and microsoft support team or whatever u call it cant even do it they went on to my computer also
August 22nd, 2010 10:37am

Fixed the issue for me:I just went through a problem with Apple Mobile Device Support as well. I kept uninstalling it then right before it reached 100% it started back tracking back to 0%. I have windows 7. Control Panel --> Uninstall a ProgramRight Click Apple Mobile Device Support --> ChangeA window will pop up asking if you want to Repair or Remove. I said RepairOnce its finished repairing, go back to Control Panel --> Uninstall a ProgramDouble click or right click, uninstall Apple Mobile Device Support.It showed up after it said it finished the install but when I right clicked on it windows said it was already uninstalled and removed it from the list. Hope this helps you like it helped me. I would imagine there is another way to get the Repair/Remove apple option screen by running some .exe so you can try to hunt that down if you have an older OS.
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October 21st, 2010 1:17am

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