Error: ApopleSyncNotifier.exe. Application has failed to start because Core Foundation.dll not found in the system startup

Original title: AppleSyncNotifier.exe and RUNDLL

When I boot I get 2 drop down boxes 1 to ApopleSyncNotifier.exe.  Application has failed to start because Core Foundation.dll not found.  Re-Setup, the application may resolve the problem.

RUNDLL error loading C:\WINDOWS\nulogry.dll.  The specified module could not be found.

How can I fix them?

Hi saintaugie,

1. have you installed any Apple Sync program on the computer?

We found that this happens if MobileMe on the computer is defective. To resolve this problem, we recommend that you uninstall MobileMe and check if the problem persists.
a. to see How to change or remove a program in Windows XP
b. in the list select MobileMe and uninstall it.
c. restart the computer once the program is uninstalled.

We found the same problem on the Apple Forums.
See Impossible to locate the CoreFoundation.dll AppleSyncNotifier.exe error

Note: You might consider to reinstall the program if you need. However, we do not recommend to install non-Microsoft programs as Microsoft has not tested the feature.

Visit our Microsoft answers feedback Forum and let us know what you think.

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