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Mxous
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Posts: 1

When opening Floola with my iPod Nano 5g plugged in, a warning message pops up saying that ZLIB1.dll needs to be installed on my system. It gives me the option to do it manually or let Floola do it automatically. When I click to have Floola do it automatically, an iPod.isConnected exception pops up and the program must quit. So I decided to try doing it manually. I did so and put the ZLIB1.dll file in the system32 folder as directed by Floola, yet the situation did not change at all.

When the iPod is not plugged in, a message pops up saying that it is not plugged in, as expected, but I am unable to uninstall Floola as the option is grayed out.

Help please.

Chukmo56
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Posts: 1

same issue, please help us

Sid32
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Posts: 653

From another post…

Try the following:
create a folder called “DebugFloola Libs” in the same path where Floola.exe is located and try again.

dimgeorgia
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Posts: 1

Quote from Mxous on August 8, 00:27
When opening Floola with my iPod Nano 5g plugged in, a warning message pops up saying that ZLIB1.dll needs to be installed on my system.

http://www.fix-all-dll-errors.com/zlib1.dll/

Just go to the site given in the above link, click “Fix dll errors now” button, it will register that file on your system.


Guest
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Posts: 1149

Place the .dll inside the “Floola Lib” Folder.

That should be all.

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