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I have EXACTLY this issue.
I built a new PC 2 weeks ago, replacing the old one, and my iphone no longer works, just this stupid 0xE8000065 message.
PC: Intel Core i7 860 CPU, 4GB RAM, GA-P55-UD4P motherboard, Windows 7 x64.
iPhone: 32GB iPhone 3GS
The iPhone works perfectly well on my Macbook Air and my Toshiba Portege laptops. It's only the desktop, which also happens to have ALL of my music and other media on it.
It's driving me nuts that I can't sync! Please, can anybody help? My previous PC was also a Gigabyte motherboard, a GA-965P-DS3, 4GB RAM, Intel Core2Quad Q6600, and was also running Windows 7 x64 on it, and it worked flawlessly, so I don't believe it's the operating system.
I think it's probably something to do with the USB ports on the motherboard, as I've seen others say they had luck buying a new PCI USB card, but i'm not going to do that for a brand new PC. I've also tried a brand new Belkin powered USB hub but got nowhere.
I also have the same specific issue.
My hardware is almost identical to yours: Intel Core i7 860, 8GB RAM, GA-P55-UD4P, Windows x64 and a 32GB iPhone 3GS.
I've been searching everywhere for a solution, but the problem persists. D-Link powered hub didn't work. I've read that setting the C1 in the BIOS to enabled solves it for some people, but no luck here.
I'll keep searching.
I'll try a BIOS upgrade next and then may have to spring for USB card. Grrrr.
Same for me too:
Windows 7 x64
Intel Core i5
Since plus613 was syncing fine on Windows 7 x64 on another machine, then it looks like the motherboard is looking favourite to be the culprit.
What motherboard do you have MrBahr?
PS I did see an article somewhere saying that "c-state" must be switched "on" in the BIOS otherwise there are issues with sleep mode resetting the USB. However there are so many settings for this system board BIOS I have no idea what to check.
Seems like it's a P55 motherboard problem.
I did find the C1 setting and enabled it. No success there.
I upgraded the BIOS. No luck there either.
I also sent a note to Gigabyte technical support. No response.
I'll probably move my iPhone sync to my laptop for now and hope for a better solution over time.
I recently built a machine using an Intel Core i5 / Gigabyte GA-P55M-UD2 and I am also experiencing numerous iPhone sync problems. I have managed to get the device to sync a few times, however, a vast majority of sync attempts go as follows; iTunes stops responding as soon as the iPhone is plugged in, then, approximately 30 seconds later iTunes begins responding and the sync fails with an unknown error.
iPhone 3GS 3.1.2
iTunes 188.8.131.52 x64
Windows 7 Home Premium x64 RTM (Build 7600)
I hope that this will be resolved shortly, as this is currently an unacceptable state of functionality.
After trying numerous things to get the device to sync, including a full reset of the phone and a complete removal and reinstallation of iTunes, I finally managed to get my phone to sync by deleting the iPodDevices.xml file from the C:\Users\[User Name]\AppData\Local\Apple Computer\iTunes directory.
This is the third time I've had to reset my phone due to syncing issues. I'd really like to know what is going on here...
Your trick of deleting the iPodDevices.xml file got iTunes to recognize the device which then allowed me to restore from the backup (don't know where this is stored).
I let it sync which worked fine and quickly - unfortunately, it took my currently empty Outlook contacts and replaced the good ones on the iPhone where I was expected it to transfer the other way.
I then got cocky and decided to let it restore again to get my contacts back. I then started getting the unexpected errors again and not recognizing the device.
Stopped and Disabled the Bonjour service as in the next post and iPhone can then see iPhone in Recovery mode. Unfortunately since it reboots the iPhone whilst preparing the iPhone for recovery there is a connection problem and iTunes and iPhone both seem to be waiting for each other and doing nothing.
On restarting iTunes, I got a warning message about Bonjour being disabled.
Here is what I currently see (and have been seeing this evening)...
In Device Manager, as soon as the iPhone is plugged in, I get "Apple Mobile Device USB Driver" under "Universal Serial Bus controllers".
Once and only once have I seen an "Apple...." node under Portable Devices - this seemed to be that other MSD device driver (which I suspect is conflicting with the Apple Driver) - when that appeared, I could browse the phone like a hard disk. I haven't seen it since.
I did see another post somewhere on the interweb about the iPhone showing with two USB device IDs with the second being the same as the first but with an additional suffix. Maybe the Apple driver is picking the first up and the Microsoft USB driver is trying the connect to the second and are conflicting.
I'm going to try a reboot first and if still no joy then I'll have a look for that article.
I've been trying to track down this issue since I got my Asus p55 motherboard. I've learned a bit.
p55 + Iphone (or Ipod touch) simply will not work with Windows 7 64bit most of the time.
You can improve your chances of success by activating CState and SpeedStep in your BIOS. Also, make sure you have all other programs closed. The more activity on your machine, the greater the chance of failure.
Itunes 8.1 didn't work.
USB hubs won't work
USB hubs directly in the PCI port will work, from what I have read (waiting on shipment of a USB hub to confirm)
The iphone may shut down the usb hub it gets attached to (watch out for this)
I haven't tried installing other OS's on the machine, planning on trying in the next week, but I think it is hardware related.
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Same problem here unfortunately. Syncs got interrupted after an error message (when I still could start one). Now iTunes hangs until I undock my iPhone.
The worst part is that I think I have reached the limit of 5 authorized computers after uninstalling/reinstalling a couple of times. I was glad I'd completed a full clean system setup and now it is awfully messy with failed backups and the risk of losing data.
Here's some info on the hardware in case it helps...
Gigabyte GAP55UD3; Intel Core i5 i750; Windows 7 Pro; iTunes64 v184.108.40.206
Quite an issue...