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FSsync.dll "missing" error message with regard to Quick Time in Windows 2000

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I updated QT the other day (the new program is HUGE, and I just installed it so I hope to find an earlier version). But if I can't, what can I do to find the FSsync.dll file. It's nowhere on the computer. I had something like this before, and I just chased the file and put it in ever single folder where it was needed. I was going to do that with this one, but QT never installed it, and there is "no such" on the QT tech page.

Oh, this error message shows on restart, and it's "in my face"! I click on "OK" and it's gone but it's not really gone! :)

Since I'm ending my monthly subscription as of end of month I'd like to clear my questions if possible!

Thanks much.
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Download file from the below link
http://www.dlldll.com/fssync.dll_download.html
and again put it in the folder where it is needed.
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by:Lindsay37
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Okay. but I just had an error message for Audible Advisor come on which shows that there's an AASync to run. Ohhhh! I do not use an iPod or any handheld unit so that's what that's for.

Google let me down for the first time, and it could NOT find the fssync.dll!!! I'll be a sunbeam. I looked and looked for it. I thank you for this.

I uninstalled QT so I may just save the file to my downloads. I hate the lateset version of QT in that it is enormous, and I want to drop back a version or three!! Ah for the simpler life! Why must they make things bigger and bigger even when we do NOT need them? Oy!!!

Question before I quit this: Do you know where the earlier versions of QT are? I probably have one somewhere on some errant CD! Just lazy is all.

Thanks!
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by:Lindsay37
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I got it and saved it (FSsync.dll). I'm sure I was at that site last night. I never saw the thing start to download. Perhaps it was a similar page. But it shows that it's to be found using Google. But I KNOW I had the dll file typed in the search box exactly right, and I believe I came to that page without anything happening OR I didn't know what to expect. I only happened to notice it by chance just now. It's very different than any download I've ever done before. :)

I'll wait until you get to my last question up there about QT.

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by:Lindsay37
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I think stuff is fixed for now. I need to sign off so I'll come back if these error messages keep haunting me. I have not noticed them on reboots twice now. Yea!!!
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