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I have a .me account and I am using Outlook on a PC.

I have started receiving the message 'MobileMe Services has stopped working: A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is availabble.'

When I click on the MobileMe control panel, I get the message 'AppleSyncPref.exe - Entry Point Not Found: The procedure entry point objc_exception_try_enter could not be locatedin the dynamic link library objc.dll'

I also have an iCloud control panel. How does this relate to MobileMe? Do I need both? Can I delete the MobileMe control panel??

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MobileMe has been dead for 3 years.

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Hmmm.. that's a bit embarassing. I've only just started to receive the messages, so maybe it's been on life support and now someone's finally turned it off.

What's the best way to delete it??

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The same way you uninstall any application in Windows - via the Control Panel.

If you don't know how to do that, google "uninstall program yourversionofWindows".

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Thanks bobtomay. All gone. Farewell MobileMe.
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To answer the second half of your question iCloud is the successor to MobileMe. Here's a quick overview of the differences.

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