Well deleting the iTunes folder wasn't a great idea. Because now you can't uninstall it and you can reinstall it. First make a system restore point. Next go to My Music and copy the iTunes
Folder to a USB Flash drive. or burn to a CD.
Now go to Start/Run and type appwiz.cpl
and press enter. In the Add Remove Programs uninstall Quick Time
, and any other thing related to Apple like an iPod updater. Now do a search for iTunes
and delete all items (be sure to have backed up your iTunes folder first and removed the media from the computer). Empty the Recycle bin. After Restarting, go to Start/Run and type regedit
and press enter. backup your Registry.
In the Registry Editor go up to Edit
and choose Find
in the Find What
box type iTunes and press enter. It will stop on something, press the Del
key, press enter
to acknowledge the deletion, press F3
to continue the search. Do the last 3 steps several times until you get the message Finished Searching the Registry
. Restart. iTunes is now uninstalled. Reinstall iTunes and replace the iTunes folder back in My Music.