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Apple Sync Notifier


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There's a window that pops up whenever I start up the computer. It reads: AppleSyncNotifier.exe - Unable to Locate Component This application has failed to start because CoreFoundation.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.

Now I don't want the pop up and I don't want whatever that application is. I have Windows Vista.
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It's part of iTunes. Reinstall or remove, your choice.
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Where do I go to remove it completely?
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Add/Remove Programs
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I can't find that
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What OS are you using
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OS?
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So I've tried everything (I'm using Vista) - uninstall iTunes then reinstall. I don't want to remove it, I want it to work properly without that irritating error message each time I restart my PC. Isn't it just possible to replace this applesyncnotifier exe file with an updated and intact one? I mean, windows pops up this error because there is something wrong with this file, or I'm missing something...
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OS?

means "operating system"

Start - Control Panel - Programs - Programs and Features
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