How To Fix Missing ASL.dll While Running Blackra1n
By on April 5th, 2010

Apple has released a new version of iTunes, iTunes 9.1 which changes how certain things work. If you have upgraded to iTunes 9.1, several programs will start giving you an error that ASL.dll is missing.

iTunes 9.1 Missing ASL.dll issue

This problem also occurs while trying to jailbreak iPhone using Blackra1n, when running the executable will give you an error saying that ASL.dll is missing as shown in the above screenshot.

The solution for this is simple, you will need to place the Blackra1n executables in the Apple folder under Common files in Program Files. The folder would be located in the following locations:

32 Bit – C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application Support

64 Bit – C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Apple Application Support

Once you copy the blackra1n executable to the above folder, create a shortcut for it on the desktop and double-click it to run it as usual.

Update: If you continue having problems with Blackra1n, you can use the new Spirit tool to jailbreak iPhone OS 3.1.3 and others.

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  • Alyssa

    This Totally works. THANK YOU

    • r

      where u find thouse?

      32 Bit – C:Program FilesCommon FilesAppleApple Application Support

      64 Bit – C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleApple Application Support

      • r

        can some one email me on my richapatel52@yahoo.co.in where i can find

        32 Bit – C:Program FilesCommon FilesAppleApple Application Support
        64 Bit – C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleApple Application Support
        please…

        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zKSPVYSBf8&feature=player_detailpage Antar

          first you’ve to go your computer and open up your HARD DRIVES and then find out (PROGRAM FILES),and then click on it, once you clicked on it, you’ve to find out (COMMON FILES) and open it up find out (APPLE) and click it and you’ll find (APPLE APPLICATION SUPPORT) again open it up and then you have to drag your (blackra1n)in the (APPLE APPLICATION SUPPORT) and once you dragged into that file you’ve to creat shortcut and computer says do you want to shortcut blackra1n click yes and then Yeah! you will see icon shortcut blackra1n on your computer’s screen,and then you’re ready to go happly make it rain..

          • zach

            is it supose 2 b on a note pad thing

          • kole

            wait, open hard drive? wheres that? i search it but it doesnt show up :(( im on windows 7

  • CultDoctor

    It worked perfectly! Thank you.

    • ini

      it worked very well.

  • Dave

    Cracking. First search and first fix cheers

  • Arnaldo

    Perfect! Thanks!!

  • toyvan

    cheers!

  • mac

    this isnt working for me help im confused thank u

    • david

      it didnt work for me either the app didnt show up on my itouch

      • angus

        same just get a blank screen and when i try to restore it nothing has changed help me It says that it has worked but it dosent reboot.

        • jonathan

          yea same here i need to get my ipod back working arg

        • Jasmine

          Hold the on/off button for 20 seconds or more until it shuts down completely, than reopen it! (: Good luck

  • Chris

    This Made that Error Go Away, But i Got Another One :(
    If Anybody thinks they can help
    mail me at

    chris6loves9dannii@live.co.uk

  • Ryan

    THANK YOU!

  • Tom

    Thank you, worked like a charm. Keep up the good work.

  • anny

    thank you soo much this really helped!

  • djjonko

    Thank you so!!! In xp it's:
    C:Programshared filesAppleApple Application Support

    Thanks again!!!!

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    thank you so much for this post!! I was extremely lost without it!!

  • cceja

    it works tank you

  • c24w

    Perfect fix.
    Thanks!

  • http://na baller

    THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH!!!

  • viccky

    how can i execute a file pls help meeee

    • Jacov

      Wtf- Just put the .exe file into that folder and it should work. ;)

    • mark

      where are the exe at and how do i put in the apple application.

      • mario

        you download it then right click it find folder drag drop into apple folder

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tytj5MqXypU todd mehaffy

    Thanks works perfectly thx

  • Kako

    I did what you told and it works, thank you very much, you the best

  • kip

    How do i find the executables?

  • tom

    haha apple can try… thanks a lot for this post

  • Denny

    legend. worked first time.

    taught my teflon was D E D ded

  • Rady

    Thank you! I love you man!!!!

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    it does work thanks a lot

  • pwc

    Perfect fix. Thank you so much!

    • Chester

      Perfect! Thanks!!

 
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