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Discuss Integration of pledit.exe through WinSCP and iphone tunnel suite at the Free Toolchain Software (Cydia App's) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by pyrog This is the CoreFoundation.dll that is missing. It is installed with ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrog View Post
    This is the CoreFoundation.dll that is missing. It is installed with Safari for Windows.

    It doesn't work for me. Maybe Safari is too new
    It's also installed with iTunes. Possibly it may be broken or missing (or perhaps too new) on computers that have problems with pledit (click my sig for more details).

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    Its seems you use a non-english version of windows. on this forum this user explain how to do :

    Convert .plist to XML - Mac Forums

    TIP: If you are having a " CoreFoundation init failed " error, probably you are using a non-english windows version. To solve it:

    1.- Create the directory: C:\Program Files\Common Files.
    2.- Search in your language this same folder (eg. in spanish the folder it´s called C:\Program Files\Archivos Comunes). In this folder you´ll find an "Apple" Folder (C:\Program Files\Archivos Comunes\Apple).
    3.- Copy this "Apple" folder and paste it in the directory created in step 1, so that it looks like this: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple

    If it doesn´t work, restart your PC and it should work

    Good luck!
    Matias

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragouf View Post
    Its seems you use a non-english version of windows. on this forum this user explain how to do :

    Convert .plist to XML - Mac Forums

    TIP: If you are having a " CoreFoundation init failed " error, probably you are using a non-english windows version. To solve it:

    1.- Create the directory: C:\Program Files\Common Files.
    2.- Search in your language this same folder (eg. in spanish the folder it´s called C:\Program Files\Archivos Comunes). In this folder you´ll find an "Apple" Folder (C:\Program Files\Archivos Comunes\Apple).
    3.- Copy this "Apple" folder and paste it in the directory created in step 1, so that it looks like this: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple

    If it doesn´t work, restart your PC and it should work

    Good luck!
    Matias
    Oh my god!!! It works!
    See, my program files are on disk D: but I'd never think that'd be the reason it doesn't work.
    Thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by asmodeus View Post
    Oh my god!!! It works!
    See, my program files are on disk D: but I'd never think that'd be the reason it doesn't work.
    Thank you!!!
    Ignorance may be bliss but it has been really frustrating for me since the Pledit was discorvered.

    How? I have 3 partitions on my system, C drive was set up with just only Operating System and nothing else. This serves as a fall back so that I would always log in if anything happens to my everyday use partition (D drive). Partition E, is used for saving documents.

    Just to confirm that Pledit is system root(C:/) drive dependant; I installed itunes in C drives and Pledit is now working on my D drive. This is just to let everyone knows that its inability to work was not down to non English OS version but because it needs C drive to function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T33jay View Post
    Ignorance may be bliss but it has been really frustrating for me since the Pledit was discorvered.

    How? I have 3 partitions on my system, C drive was set up with just only Operating System and nothing else. This serves as a fall back so that I would always log in if anything happens to my everyday use partition (D drive). Partition E, is used for saving documents.

    Just to confirm that Pledit is system root(C:/) drive dependant; I installed itunes in C drives and Pledit is now working on my D drive. This is just to let everyone knows that its inability to work was not down to non English OS version but because it needs C drive to function.
    Heh, exactly the same here. I always change %ProgramFiles% sysvar to point to D:\ right after Windows installation. Some programs, apparently, unaware of system variables try to use default location and fail.

    By the way, I thought of an option here: symlink from "C:\Program Files" to "D:\Program Files\". Should work


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    Quote Originally Posted by asmodeus View Post
    I get "CoreFoundation init failed!" error when I try to run Pledit. I'm on WinXP SP3. What could it be?
    I too had this problem, so I looked around and found this post:
    MacRumours Post

    I am on XP x64, so my program files folder is in a different place than normal XP (i suspect any operating system except basic xp will run into this problem)

    Basically, I copied the Contents of the apple folder in the Common Files of my "Program Files (x86)" to the same folder in my "Program Files" and it worked. I'd caution you to make sure you don't replace or overwrite anything when you copy things over

 

 
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