.DLL is located in C:\Windows\System32 and is associated with Apple
software such as iTunes, QuickTime, MobileMe, etc. The file could
have become corrupt or there may be errors in the registry. If you
are experiencing errors from this .DLL file then you should take the
following steps to troubleshoot the issue...
you do anything... Reboot your computer! The error may not persist.
Some process may have just mishandled it and a simple reboot could
fix the problem. If rebooting did not fix the problem, proceed.
reinstalling the application(s) that were causing the errors did not
work then proceed to the next step.
on the desktop
this directory for the corefoundation.dll
it is there or not, you're still receiving errors right? If you can
see the file in C:\Windows\System32 then it is corrupt, if you cannot
see it, then it is missing or deleted. Either way, you need a working
copy of that file and there are a couple of ways you can go about
corefoundation.dll from a computer with a known working
corefoundation.dll (this file is likely to be found on another
computer with Apple software installed and can be found in
C:\Windows\System32) It would be fairly simple to copy this .DLL on
a thumbstick from it's default location and place it into the same
location on your own computer. If you elect this option, you must
register the file within the Windows registry by opening the command
prompt and typing the following command: regsvr32