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3744 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 17, 2010 6:10 PM by Zachary Prewitt
Currently Being ModeratedApr 17, 2010 4:32 AM (in response to tjjonah)I have the same problem. Ever since the update I can not sync my Iphone with Itunes. The error message says: 'Mobile Device Helped has stopped working' I have so far uninstalled everything from apple and than reinstalled itunes but it still has the same problem. I also tried restarting the service but that also does not solve my problem.
Anyone have another idea? Thanx in Advance.
Message was edited by: haggemWindows Vista
Currently Being ModeratedApr 17, 2010 6:10 PM (in response to tjjonah)Sort of the same issue.
Windows Vista 64bit Home Premium.
I just launched iTunes for the first time after installing 9.1. When I connected my iPhone, iTunes told me that I needed to install a newer version of Apple Mobile Device, which entailed removing/reinstalling iTunes and AMD. I remember there being an order to which applications should be removed, so I did that, but got stuck at AMD. I wasn't able to remove it. There was no error message, it just automatically rolled back the uninstall process and quit. I did some research and saw someone recommend using the Windows Install Cleanup Utility. I used that to remove AMD, and it worked. Next on the list was Apple Application Support (?), which also could not be uninstalled by normal means. So I used WIC on that as well. iTunes, Bonjour, Quicktime, and Apple Software update I was able to remove via the Control Panel. I rebooted, reinstalled iTunes, and when it began the install process for AMD I got this message:
"Could not open key:
Unknown\Components\DA42BC89BF25F5BD0AF18C3B9B1A1EE8\3F55235DF871F046A8F862841205 6EF. Verify that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel."
Got the same message for Apple Application Support. As a result, neither was installed.
Prior to doing any of this, I had disabled AMD in Services, which didn't help. I have since re-enabled it, and it is still running in Services, although it does not show up in the list on programs to uninstall.
After all this, I read in another forum that simply doing a Repair on AMD would solve the problem, but since I am unable to reinstall it, I cannot test it out.
Message was edited by: Zachary PrewittWindows Vista