When attempting to uninstall the Ask Toolbar on a laptop earlier I ran into numerous issues including receiving an error 1730. The error 1730 displayed even though I was logged into the Windows Vista laptop as an administrator and following the proper directions for uninstallation. Below I describe numerous steps to take that will guarantee that the Ask Toolbar application is uninstalled including removing any leftover Ask Toolbar files.
My iTunes stopped working the other day for what seemed like no reason. It had previously worked fine through numerous upgrades on my primary laptop running Windows XP. The error below started happening out of the blue without performing an upgrade or changing anything iTunes or Quicktime related that I was aware of.
I clicked on Start >> All Programs >> iTunes and received the following error:
Problem with Shortcut
This action is only valid for products that are currently installed.