airportman at January 28th, 2014 05:26 — #1
When turning on laptop I am now receiving the following message: "The procedure entry point xmlReaderforIO could not be located in the dynamic link library libxml2.dll". Can someone please give me any easy to follow step by step guide how to clear this as I'm a computer novice. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium (with Service Pack 1) . Thanks.
ruja at January 29th, 2014 05:43 — #2
Try to do this:
- In the search box in the Start Menu, type "msconfig" (no quotes) and press ENTER.
- In the window appearing, select the startup tab.
- Search for an entry with AppleSyncNotifier.exe and disable it (uncheck it).
- Click OK to close the window.
You will be asked to restart your computer, you can do so later if you want. When yo do, you will probably see a message that startup options were changed, just dismiss it.
airportman at January 29th, 2014 06:11 — #3
Thanks Ruja, worked a treat.
ruja at January 29th, 2014 09:03 — #4
You are welcome, and thank you for reporting back!
traceyg at February 9th, 2014 16:03 — #5
I am getting the same mssage as above on my laptop when I start it uo, it is on Windows Vista. I did what was suggeested but there is no entry AppleSyncNotifier.exe. Any ideas how I resolve this?
Thank you in advance
traceyg at February 10th, 2014 10:46 — #6
When turning on laptop I am now receiving the following message: "The procedure entry point xmlReaderforIO could not be located in the dynamic link library libxml2.dll". Please an you give me any easy to follow step by step guide how to clear this. I am running Windows Vista. I tried the advise you gave airportman but there is no entry AppleSyncNotifier.exe. Thank you in advance.
ruja at February 10th, 2014 12:23 — #7
Try disabling other items in the startup list, one by one, until you disable the one that is causing the problem.
Avoid disabling things such as the antivirus or the trackpad controller (ALPS, Synaptics, etc.) if using a laptop.
jim49erfan at March 7th, 2014 22:41 — #8
Do as above. This is another iTunes issue that has been around for years. Disable any apple startup (my guess is apple push) and it should resolve the start error