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AppleSyncNotifier.exe error

Am getting this error upon bootup

"AppleSyncNotifier.exe - Unable To Locate Component. The application has failed to start because CoreFoundation.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix the problem."

I've looked it up online. Everyone suggest unistalling Bonjour, Itunes, and Quicktimes; or reinstalling them; or both.  None of those options get rid of the message.

Can you tell me clean way of correcting this problem that does not involve using MSCONFIG to take it from the startup?

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You need to open the registry. Then browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Currentversion\Run and look for programs from apple, like quicktime, ...
Select it and click on delete.

Reboot and you shouldn't get those messages anymore.
Go to your Control Panel... open Add/Remove Programs... and uninstall MobileMe.
Alternatively, open Apple Software update and update MobileMe. That should also solve the problem.
teckwiz01Author Commented:
MobileMe is the one Apple application I did not touch when I saw a post online saying remove all apple products. Didn't even know that was on there or an apple product. I just downloaded the latest version and reinstalled it. That took care of it.. Thanks..
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