AOL mail

  destan 18:46 06 Jan 2011
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Tryng to sort a mates pc, his AOL mail client keeps sending out random e-mails.

On bootup receives the following errors.

1. CoreFoundation.dll
2. AppleSyncNotifier.exe
3. NWIZ.exe
4. Backweb-137903.exe

He has a Radeon graphics card not NVIDIA.

I have run Norton 360 V4 full scan, just found 20 cookies. resolved.

Should I just uninstall AOL run a complete antivirus check and then re-install AOL mail?

Or do you suggest something else.

Please advise

Cheers

  northumbria61 13:15 07 Jan 2011

Maybe you should have a look at AOL HELP first to see if you can find any info. about your errors.
It is not the easiest to uninstall/reinstall.

  northumbria61 13:15 07 Jan 2011

LINK here click here

  northumbria61 13:31 07 Jan 2011

Further - errors 1 & 2 relate to iTunes - maybe an uninstall/reinstall may fix them.

NWIZ.exe - click here

Backweb-137903.exe - suggests Spyware - click here

  northumbria61 13:33 07 Jan 2011

CoreFoundation.dll - click here

  destan 20:27 22 Feb 2011

Thanks, have passed had a good go at it and it seems to work ok.

Cheers for your support :-)

  northumbria61 20:29 22 Feb 2011
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Thanks for the feedback - hope all continues to go well.

  americantalker 17:06 16 Jun 2011

I was facing a situation whereas i needed a corefoundation.dll file on my computer, although not because of this same issue of aol mail, but still. i ran a google search and came across solutions to downloading corefoundation.dll file at this site: http://dllcentral.com/corefoundation.dll/1.434.6/ i wanted to know what you guys think about this site and if this is a good solution.

Thanks

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