Error on bootup


T

tcbartlett

The last couple of times I rebooted the computer, the following error
message appeared when Windows opened:

title of message box: "AppleSyncNotifier.exe unable to locate
component"

content of message: "This application has failed to start because
CoreFoundation.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may
fix this problem.

Indeed, yesterday I did delete an Apple program which had the word
'mobile' in its title; I thought it meant 'mobile' (i.e. 'cell')
phone, which I don't connect to my computer, so I thought it was not
needed. But maybe it meant something else and is needed.

But what is the program to be re-installed?
 
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T

Thomas Bartlett

Correction: I did not 'delete' the Apple program, as I carelessly wrote
earlier. Rather, I UNINSTALLED it through the Control Panel / Add-Remove
Programs routine.
 
T

tcbartlett

I should correct the wording of my first posting on this topic:

I did not DELETE the program; rather, I UNINSTALLED it through Control
Panel / Add-Remove Programs.
 
S

SC Tom

The last couple of times I rebooted the computer, the following error
message appeared when Windows opened:

title of message box: "AppleSyncNotifier.exe unable to locate
component"

content of message: "This application has failed to start because
CoreFoundation.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may
fix this problem.

Indeed, yesterday I did delete an Apple program which had the word
'mobile' in its title; I thought it meant 'mobile' (i.e. 'cell')
phone, which I don't connect to my computer, so I thought it was not
needed. But maybe it meant something else and is needed.

But what is the program to be re-installed?

A quick Google search turned up 38,000+ hits.
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&source=hp&q=AppleSyncNotifier&aq=f&oq=&aqi=

If you have iTunes for your iPod, that may be where the error lies.

SC Tom
 
T

Thomas Bartlett

I uninstalled iTunes from my computer, and the problem ceased. Regrettable,
because I like to play music from there, although I don't own an iPod and
never intentionally configured iTunes to be linked with iPod.
 
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T

tcbartlett

Thanks, I"ve downloaded it and tried it. First impression is that
does the job and doesn't require alot of resources. I'll see how it
goes as I continue to use it.
 
D

Daave

YW. Glad you like it.

Thanks, I"ve downloaded it and tried it. First impression is that
does the job and doesn't require alot of resources. I'll see how it
goes as I continue to use it.
 
C

Carol

Thomas Bartlett said:
Correction: I did not 'delete' the Apple program, as I carelessly wrote
earlier. Rather, I UNINSTALLED it through the Control Panel / Add-Remove
Programs routine.




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Hello,

http://dllcentral.com/CoreFoundation.dll/1.434.6/download/
After downloaded the file, restore this file in System32 folder.

This is the best source on the net I have ever found to fix almost all .dll error messages, which is caused because of corrupted or missing .dll files. Once you are on the site Dllcentral.com click on the Run a Free Scan link and you will see all other issues you might have on your pc has been resolved. Good Luck
 

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