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Hello, I connected to iTunes prior to beginning and restored my iPhone, i then closed i tunes from GUI and Task Manager. I still can't seem to find the folder
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    Hello,

    I connected to iTunes prior to beginning and restored my iPhone, i then closed i tunes from GUI and Task Manager. I still can't seem to find the folder CDocuments and Settings\username\Application Data\Apple Computer\Lockdown. I am running WinXP.

    The device ID is required when running Patch_iPhone_1.1.1.exe.

    Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmourad78 View Post
    Hello,

    I connected to iTunes prior to beginning and restored my iPhone, i then closed i tunes from GUI and Task Manager. I still can't seem to find the folder Cocuments and SettingsusernameApplication DataApple ComputerLockdown. I am running WinXP.

    The device ID is required when running Patch_iPhone_1.1.1.exe.

    Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks!!
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    Check the link in step one. Download windows iphone files, extract look in the folders on what you need.

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    I resolved this issue by connecting my phone to another PC and waited until itunes loaded. I then shut itunes down and checked for the file. it was THERE FINALLY!!! I think the issue was that i was using a corporate laptop where the folder structure is different from your personal copy of XP. It could have been a permissions issue as well.

    Anywho i suggest you try this if you can't seem to find the device ID, and remember username in the path should be replace by your account name

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