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Ok so I just finished building my new pc and Im pretty sure I had it working with itunes and my iphone before but I didnt sync it (shouldnt matter...
10-03-2009, 09:04 PM #1Itunes will not connect with 3GS?! --Have reinstalled many times
Ok so I just finished building my new pc and Im pretty sure I had it working with itunes and my iphone before but I didnt sync it (shouldnt matter anyways) and everytime I connect it I get the stupid error: "Itunes could not connect to the iphone because of an unknown error 0xE000065" I have rebooted my iphone and the computer, I have tried many different usb ports and nothing, I have uninstalled it and reinstalled it the proper way, I have searched and search for some answer and nothing has worked, I am running 64 bit Vista and I even tried 32bit and it gave me even more problems, I have even tried running it as winxp sp2 and still same issue. Please someone help me ...here is a screen shot
10-03-2009, 09:18 PM #2
Try unplug the iphone an re-plug it back in?
10-04-2009, 12:30 AM #3
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10-04-2009, 12:10 PM #5
Try re installing iTunes and maye check your firewall settings if you have any. Sounds like a permissions problem..
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10-06-2009, 06:08 PM #6
Thanks but I already have, I even reinstalled my whole OS and I still get this problem, except it works on my other computer??!?
10-07-2009, 07:05 PM #7
Ok well I'm so glad I finally managed to get this working!
I guess it was some weird setting in the Bios I had to enable, I found that from here: Apple - Support - Discussions - iTunes9 64-Bit can't connect to my ...
The post was: "I found a fix that might work without getting a card. Something you should check in the bios is enabing C-state mode on the processor. This is a hardware monitoring/low voltage and frequency mode for cpus to save power on different cores. It also apparently has something to do with the power output to the usb chipset. I was trying everything prior to this including running a vm of windowsxp to see if it was a driver issue, but after I enabled c-state in the bios, everything worked out. My system was a newer core i5 system with a p55 chipset. I was running windows 7 64 bit RC. Please post if this is successful for anyone else. "
I also have a new system with a P55 Chipset and 64bit Vista
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