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iPhone Windows 7 Issue: What works for some

Under: Apple iPhone, Phone Software
By:James | November 2nd, 2009

Apparently there is a problem with getting the iPhone to sync when using the new Microsoft Windows 7 operating system if you computer uses an Intel P55 Express Chipset.

According to an article on the iphone blog, over the past 6 weeks the Apple discussion boards have been clogged with numerous complaints on the problem, with most cases reporting that iTunes 9 for Windows will recognise the iPhone, but when attempting to sync they receive an error message.

So if you are suffering with this problem apparently there are a few things you can do to get around it, and have worked for some iPhone users, they are…use a USB port on a USB card which isn’t part of the P55…disable Bonjour…turn on C-state capability in BIOS…and delete the iPodDevices.xml from C:\Users username\AppDate\Local\AppleComputer\iTunes.

Let us know how you get along.

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