So first, check the Control Panel-Programs and Features section and uninstall the "MobileMe" program which is also part of Apple stuff. If it doesn't exist and you're sure you no longer have any Apple programs on the computer, then you'll need to perform a registry search for the "corefoundation.dll" call inside the registry.. First, make a backup of the registry. Once that's done, search for the problem entry so you can delete it.
It should be fairly easy to find. I would first check both of the registry locations below:
Look on the right side of the screen and if you see an entry which includes"corefoundation.dll", then RIGHT click on that specific entry, choose "Delete". If the entry doesn't exist in either of the two locations above, then you'll need to run a registry search for the entry so it can be found and deleted.
Hope this helps.
Hi all, My friend has a small Samsung Netbook running Windows Vista and everytime we switch it on, we get the following error message.
corefoundation.dll was not found
Now I have located it and tried to remove it, but to no avail. I have now removed Apple iTunes, Apple Software Update, Apple Mobile Support as she no longer uses anything to do with Apple products. But we still get the same message. I have run CCleaner and SpyBot but we still get the same message every time we switch the Netbook on.
Any advice would be helpful. Thanks in advance