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SpyglassSally Level 3 Level 3
After rebooting following my iTunes upgrade I got the message that AppleSyncNotifier.exe unable to locate Component and the detailed version said it can't start because CoreFoundation.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.

Every time I reboot it says this. What program does it want me to reinstall? Has anyone else had this? Can I just get the dll someplace and put it in some folder? Arrrhgggh!

Any help would be appreciate. Thank you.
Sally

Dell Inspiron 1720, Windows Vista
  • Jbcobra Level 1 Level 1
    I have this same message every time my computer boots. It started right after I upgraded my iTunes to 9.1. I just got an iPad today and needed to update iTunes in order to sync it. Everything seems to be working fine, I just get the message??? I'm looking for a solution, also.

    Sorry, I'm no help... but, you're not alone!

    Jeff
  • riversen Level 3 Level 3
    You're not alone. Look at all of the threads and their replies. There are hundreds, if not more, of us with the same issue. I have a 2 year warranty on my iPhone, so I called support. My ticket was escalated and I am waiting to hear back tomorrow if an Apple Engineer found the solution. I volunteered to give them any and all information needed to trouble shoot this. I am hoping I can post something tomorrow that worked for me. This is really a bummer.
  • SpyglassSally Level 3 Level 3
    Well this may not help those who need MobileMe. But I uninstalled MobileMe and now I don't get the error message anymore. My machine reboots fine and iTunes works fine, which is the program I needed anyway. The upgrade just installed MM and that's what the problem was.

    Hope this helps someone else.

    Sally
  • klakmuf Level 1 Level 1
    Before upgrading to iTunes 9.1 version sync with Iphone was working fine. Since upgrade no way to sync my iphone.
    I get a message which says "synchronisation is not enabled on this computer do you want to enable it?" I click Yes and then I get another message like "service supplier not found"
    In fact ITunes does not find Outlook and no data (appointments, contacts...) is synchronisesd.
    ITunes 9.1 is bugged in that respect. (I thought this kind of thing only happened with W) How frustrating!!
  • kayeyeam Level 1 Level 1
    Thank you Sally, this helped me.
  • Jbcobra Level 1 Level 1
    This helped me out also! Thank you for the advice.

    Jeff
  • Shane UK Level 1 Level 1
    I have the same problem after upgrading itunes, need the mobile to sync the Ipod I guess?

    If anyone finds a fix please let us all know.

    Thanks
  • DavidJWood Level 1 Level 1
    Sally

    I have exactly the same problem you did after downloading iTunes 9.1. Could you tell me how to uninstall MobileMe?

    Many thanks

    David
  • SpyglassSally Level 3 Level 3
    Sure. I couldn't uninstall it using the MM icon in Control Panel since it doesn't work. But if you go into Control Panel>Programs>Uninstall A Program you can select MM and click Uninstall.

    That's all there is to it. Hope that helps.
    Sally
  • SpyglassSally Level 3 Level 3
    Shane, you do not need MobileMe to sync to an iPod touch, if that's what you have. I think the problem is for those with an iPhone, which I don't have. So if that's true for you, you can uninstall MM using the instructions I provided earlier.

    Good luck.
    Sally
  • Shane UK Level 1 Level 1
    Thank you Sally I will try it and see..Shane
  • Shane UK Level 1 Level 1
    Thta has worked fine, no long an error message and the ipod still syncs fine.
    Thank you Sally

    Shane
  • shift2 Level 1 Level 1
    On my own I did what you described and it did not help me.
  • lynnehn@earthlink.net Level 1 Level 1
    I am having the same problem with my iPhone since I installed the iTunes upgrade. The message I am getting is "AppleSyncNotifier.exe entry point not found. The procedure entry point sqlite3preparev2 could not be located in the dynamic link library sqlite3.dll Then it tells me the AppleSyncNotifier has stopped working. I, unfortunately, have tried too many things and one was to RESET my iPhone in iTunes since it was "not working". Now I have NO data in my iPhone, and when I plug it in to sync, iTunes shows an iPhone icon, but will not connect at all. Any ideas? It had not synced in several days (unbenownst to me) so I have lost many appointments and phone numbers, etc. from Outlook. Any ideas?
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