AppleSyncNotifier. exe error message?

It shows up every time I go surfing to my computer and i wonder what it’s.

bar AppleSyncNotifier. exe error message?

bar AppleSyncNotifier. exe error message?

the process level sqlite_prepare_v2 might no longer be positioned within the dynamic link library SQLite3.dll


  1. John M says:

    Hi, Elizabeth

    There are 3 step to repair applesyncnotifier.exe error

    If you got applesyncnotifier.exe error then there is a 94% chance that your computer has registry problems. I think your computer is already very dangerous, and you should fix it immediately. There are many ways to fix applesyncnotifier.exe error, according to my experience, I think the following method is very good, you can go and try it. I hope it can help you:

    * Step 1 – Download a applesyncnotifier.exe error repair tool,install this error repair tool.
    * Step 2 – Click the Repair All Button.It will scan you pc for Free.
    * Step 3 – Then click the Repair All Button again and your done! Enjoy it.

    Here are the url of applesyncnotifier.exe error repair tool:http://www.RepairErrorQuick.com/ttfix-applesyncnotifier.exe_error-zz0001

  2. tom says:

    John above is a solicitor of crapware,

  3. James L says:

    When I went to this site my virus sad that is could download bag things. What now?

  4. The Voice of Reason says:

    James L You really should get rid of that virus that you have and also stop downloading bags!

  5. bryan a&b says:

    I also passed that problem, the solution is easy, personally for me it worked:
    c: / program files / itunes
    (delete file “sqlite3.dll”)
    is unique and clever.
    I hope and I helped a little aya

    greetings from mexico:)

  6. Emilio Rodríguez Arroyo says:

    Thaks a lot bryan a&b

    It is the ONLY solution that work!!!!
    I’ve reinstalled iTunes about 5 times, and the solution is delete a bad library Apple fall down, unbelive!!!

  7. Tim2320 says:

    Hi! Bryan a&b

    Can you help a computer illiterate person?

    I have been struggling with this error code for the last 2 weeks- just after I failed to synch and download new a software update for my iphone:

    Apple SynchNotifier.exe-Entry Point not found… Then under that..
    The procedure entry point sqlite_wal_checkpoint could not be located in the dynamic library SQLite3.dll

    I tried what you recommend but could not find the sqlite3.dll file to delete it. Where is it? How do you delete it?

    • Stewart says:

      Just fixed this problem by removing Mobile Me Control Panel through “Add Remove Programs”. Found this solution by researching applesyncnotifier.exe instead of sqlite3.dll, which is a necessary file. Don’t delete it. Prior to this, I updated sqlite3.dll to see if that would help. The file is located in two places, system32 in windows, and in Program files/common files/apple/apple application support, but don’t delete it, as other apple applications won’t work properly. Also, various browsers use variations of the file as well. Did I mention that you shouldn’t delete it? Good luck!

      • pc geek says:

        Thanks Stewart. I followed what you said to uninstall MobileMe Control Panel and it works!

        Prior to this I googled for sqlite3 repair tool and found this http://www.wisefixer.com and downloaded a registry fixer software tool called wisefixer for free. But after scanning my pc for registry problems, when you click the button to fix it > will prompt you to purchase for the software at $68! What rubbish! Beware of such crap!

      • Rob says:

        Guys, listen to Stewart. His solution worked for me as well. Thanks Stewart!

  8. t52 says:

    Got this answer from another website and it works.
    There was a problem with the apple i tunes installer and it has an easy fix.
    the Itunes installer did not place the SQlite3.dll file in the places that it was supposed to.
    here is the simple fix, It has worked on both of my systems that had the error. I have checked all applications after doing this and they work fine.

    Go to my computer, click on C drive to open it up.

    COPY (not move but copy the SQLite3.dll file from the folder located at

    C:\program files\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application support

    to this folder location

    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support

    remember to copy the file and not just move it.

    The system may ask for you to have administartor priviledges to do the copy.

  9. RoyG says:

    Thanks t52, that worked for me!
    But on my 64bits machine it was under:
    C:\program files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application support
    and copied to:
    C:\program files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application support

  10. SandyRN says:

    I want to say THANK YOU to t52!!! Your suggestion WORKED!! I too, saw this same suggestion on another site, but when I did it I mistakenly MOVED the sqlite.dll file from C:\program files\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application support to the C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support file instead of copied it. That caused me even more problems. After seeing your suggestion to COPY it instead, I went back and copied it back to the C:\program files\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application support file and it worked! Everything was fixed with that easy change. Thank you again for clarifying that one small, but very important detail – to COPY, not MOVE!

  11. Kevin says:

    For Windows7 (64 bit) you have to copy the SQLite3.dll file

    from: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application Support
    to: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support

  12. rlemp says:

    Why after so long has Apple NOT fixed this???

  13. PeteM says:

    Hey t52, that worked for me on my HP Mini. Really easy fix. I can’t believe some of the other suggestions I’ve seen. This one really works. Thanks for the advice. PM

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