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1538 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Apr 29, 2009 10:24 AM by luvlabs
Currently Being ModeratedApr 28, 2009 3:59 PM (in response to SpyglassWolf)I got it working, though the steps I had to use were draconian in measure, and not what I would reasonably expect the average user to endure just to get their iPods working. Since the Touch was showing signs of life in Factory Restore mode, I let it do that once. Wiped all the data out of it, but errored on the reinstall. Curious, I thought. I had Device Manager up at the time, and saw a generic 'iPod' entry in Portable Devices.
Okay, fair enough... I restart the factory restore, wait for the generic 'iPod' entry. Right-click, Properties, 'Update Driver', search automatically. Suddenly, lo and behold, the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver shows up under USB Devices, and my Touch starts working as pretty as you please. I'm fortunate that I can go back into Vista to re-sync to get my music and apps back, but at least it's working now. Might I suggest seeing if there's a less Nuclear Option process for accomplishing the same goal?Dell XPS 700, Windows Vista
Currently Being ModeratedApr 28, 2009 6:02 PM (in response to SpyglassWolf)So you have a beta of Windows 7? If so, I don't think iTunes will even work with an OS that isn't even out in the market.iMac 20" 2.66GHz (early 2008), Mac OS X (10.5.6), iPod Touch 2nd Gen (Firmware 2.2.1)
Currently Being ModeratedApr 29, 2009 10:24 AM (in response to SpyglassWolf)Had I seen your post earlier, I would have suggested your start with Apple Mobile Device Services. The Vista instructions would have been close enough to get this working for you.
And applegenius, there a lots of beta OS's floating around out there. For a beta to go public, we need people like SpyglassWolf to test them with various software to make sure that they work and if they don't, what can be done to get things working.iMAC, Mac OS X (10.5.6), 2G touch 2.2.1