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    Pandora One, Quick Time....

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    Pandora One, Quick Time....
    A while back I installed Pandora One on my iMac. It ran and played fine. I recently unplugged my Logitech 2.1 speakers and a few days later hooked them up again. Now when I bring up Pandora, it plays for a short time and then Quick Time comes on and stops it and gives me the message that it is not a movie file. I guess it's not. Can I put Quick Time in the trash and download it later if I need it? I do not see my self needing it. Thank you for your input.
    Bill

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    I can't see how disconnecting speakers could cause that issue. What else have you done?

    QuickTime Player may be required for many online media you might want to watch or listen to, so I wouldn't remove it.

    This sounds more like QuickTime and Pandora are claiming default rights to the same file type. Odd from what I just read about Pandora, which seems to be a streaming service. Perhaps that service has made some odd interferring change recently to cause this problem.
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    Pandora One, Quick Time....

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    This is a new iMac, purchased about a month ago. Latest os with updates, but not Snow Leopard. Only change from earlier hook up is update to Java.

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    Pandora One, Quick Time....
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    I would report the problem to the Pandora company. If they have some forums like here, post a message.
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