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MARGARET COYNE asked on March 8, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Sqlite3-Wal-Checkpoint Not Be Located In SQlite3.dll

» Sqlite3-wal-checkpoint can not be located in SQlite3.dll library message appears on startup with windows 7 starter 32bit system.


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» Sqlite3.dll means SQLite, a lightweight SQL database engine. SQLite is used by many popular softwares - and I think some software that needs to use SQlite is installed on your computer and is set to startup during system boot.

Press Windows key + R, type msconfig and press Enter key. Select the 'Startup' tab. Now uncheck one entry, click OK and restart your computer. If you still receive the error message, open msconfig again, check the entry you unchecked previously and uncheck another entry, click OK and restart. Keep doing so until you find out unchecking which entry causes the sqlite3.dll missing error to disappear. Post some details about that startup entry here.

Sometimes when a program fails to load, it will display an error message such as the ordinal 0×876 could not be located in the dynamic-link library xyz.dll or you install a new application and some other programs stop working correctly. This is usually the result of a new DLL that is not backward compatible with older versions of the same dynamic link library.

And the dll file problems can be a viruses/Trojan(Worm:Win32/Cambot.A) or malware infection. You may receive the error message "SQlite3.dll is missing or not found". In this case, you need to remove the viruses and then the infection, DLL Suite would be the best choice for you. It is invented to fix various kinds of dll file issues including the .exe and .sys files. It allows to free download any kind of missing dll files.

CATHERINE BIONDO replied on March 14, 2013


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  1. TODD FAGIN replied on March 8, 2013: » It cleared that error message right away so this must be the solution.

    1. Go to c:\program files (X86)\Common Files\Apple\Application Support2. Find SQlite3.dll in that folder, then right click it and choose Copy3. Go to c:\program files(X86)\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support4. Paste SQlite3.dll in this folder5. Restart your Windows

    ps. use Program Files instead of Program Files(X86) folder if your computer does Not use 64bits.

  2. SVETO MISAJLOVSKI replied on March 8, 2013: » I fixed it by following the steps below...

    Temporarily shut down anti-virus and firewall software

    Open Control Panel, Programs and Features (or Add and Remove Programs), and go to the uninstall section

    Remove all Apple products in this order - iTunes, Quicktime, Apple Software Update, Apple Mobile Device Support, Bonjour, Apple Application Support. You do not need to remove Safari

    Restart computer

    Go to Apple.com and download newest version of iTunes

    Re-install

  3. RICHARD ATCHISON replied on March 10, 2013: » I'm running Windows Vista and tried reinstalling all Apple programs as explained previously (didn't work) then copying the latest SQLite3.dll file into the common files (still didn't work). After much trial and error, I looked in the c:\program files\iTunes and found an older SQLite3.dll file there. I replaced it with the newest one and it FINALLY worked! It appears you need to make sure the latest file is not only in the common files folder, but also in the program folder that's giving you trouble too. Good luck!

  4. RAYMOND HOFFMAN replied on March 11, 2013: » I tried that and it still didn't work, I still get error message for sqlite3.dll, I have win 7, I shut down my anti virrus and everything, so now what? I noticed I dont even have a apple file under windows C: programs (x86) or under Programs. Under Programs X86 all I have is folder called apple software update.

  5. LAURIE WALTON replied on March 12, 2013: » This was what worked for me as well. I also have Win 7 64bit. MobileMe has been discontinued so you lose nothing uninstalling it.

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