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Odd Message on PC

bengun

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When I boot up my PC, I get this message from something called "AppleSyncNotifier.Exe" - the message reads: The procedure entry point sqlite3_wal_checkpoint could not be located in the dynamic link library SQLite3.dll. Any idea (a) what this means, and (b) how to correct it if indeed there is a problem?
 

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What you've got going on is a problem with some (one? all?) of your dll files. A quick Google of the phrase "AppleSyncNotifier.exe" has revealed the following two posts from the Apple support. Maybe try one of their solutions? Here's the links:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2386119?start=45&tstart=0
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2387547?threadID=2387547&tstart=0

If that doesn't help - have a Google yourself and see what other options/fixes may be out there. The comforting thing (?) is that it is not your iPad, it's your iTunes. So, there's that.

Now, I don't have this problem, so I can't tell you whether the info in the links will help. But, have a good read and maybe they'll be of some use to you. Good luck.

Marilyn
 
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Thanks for that info - I'll try your suggestions today - thanks again...
 
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Marily - had a chance to try the solution(s) you offered - the second one did the trick. Your instructions were spot on - I'm not the brightest guy when it comes to electronis, but your instructions were such that it was impossible to screw it up.
 
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Marilyn - had a chance to try the solution(s) you offered - the second one did the trick. Your instructions were spot on - I'm not the brightest guy when it comes to electronics, but your instructions were such that they were impossible to screw up. Many thanks for your assistance - Glen Berry...
 

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