Error Message: Application Launch Failure
The application "Transport Monitor" could not be launched because of a shared library error: "<__ct__16ctransportrelmacfp18opaquetransportrefuc>"
In addition to that error window, I had these errors in Console.app: [0x0-0x46046].com.palm.HotSync.TransportMonitor /Applications/Palm/Transport Monitor/Contents/MacOSClassic/Transport Monitor Launch failed with error code -2807 (cfragUnresolvedErr) for application /System/Library/Frameworks/Carbon.framework/Versions/A/Support/LaunchCFMApp
com.apple.launchd ([0x0-0x46046].com.palm.HotSync.TransportMonitor) Exited with exit code: 9
Solution: from MacFixIt,
Error: Transport Monitor could not be launched; fix
Some users have reported receiving the message "Transport Monitor" could not be launched because of a shared library error" when starting up Mac OS X or performing other operations.
This error message indicates a problem with one of the components included with the Palm Desktop software, and you may need to re-install the software.
First, uninstall Palm Desktop via these instructions.
Next, re-install Palm Desktop, which is available as a standalone download.
If you have recently performed an Archive and Install and are experiencing this problem afterward, the HotSync libraries (part of the Palm Desktop package) may be located in at /Previous Systems/Previous System(1)/Library/CFMSupport/HotSync Libraries.
You can move these files to the /Library/CFMSupport/ directory in order to obviate a re-install.
I'm pretty sure this is a conduit conflict from having both Palm Desktop and Missing Sync installed, so you could just remove all non-Apple conduits and re-install the one you want to use.
So I'm headed to un-install, then side-step to Missing Sync (they sent me an upgrade coupon, so I'll bite). (I don't like that they have a spotty reputation for customer service, I think Missing Sync is a bit over-priced, and I think it has bad software design from that one time right after I bought Missing Sync it wasn't giving me the underlying error message that I saw when I reverted back to Palm Desktop. I recognized the error right away, fixed it, and went back to Missing Sync with mistrust. Error messages, even cryptic numbers, beat no error message with no sync.)
Since I upgraded Missing Sync, I'm happy with sync again. So I didn't test this tip out, but removing conduits from the "active" location and re-installing really should have fixed it too.