I'm having a frustrating problem with my Windows 7 setup. When my computer boots, AppleSyncNotifier.exe (which is the MobileMe control panel) complains: "The program can't start because iconv.dll is missing from your computer. try reinstalling the program to fix this problem."
And sure enough, if I try to open the MobileMe control panel, it fails.
So then I run the MobileMe installer, click "Repair," and it reinstalls the files it needs, including (presumably) iconv.dll. Then I can open the MobileMe control panel, it syncs everything like it's supposed to, etc.
Until I boot again. And then iconv.dll is deleted again... so this means I have to do the "Repair" job every time I boot my computer. Grr.
Question: how can I tell what's deleting the iconv.dll file from my system every time I boot? And how can I stop it? :-)