iOS 4.1 Computer won't find iPod in DFU Mode

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  1. iJackr

    iJackr Member

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    Hi,

    I am on Windows 7 64-bit. I have constantly been trying to jailbreak with Greenpois0n RC4. But when my iPod goes into DFU Mode Greenpois0n can't find my ipod and neither can my computer.
  2. Hurr Durr

    Hurr Durr Banned

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    Either plug it in a different USB port, possibly 2.0. ALso, check your version can be jailbroken with it
  3. iJackr

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    I am an iPod touch 2G so I can be jailbroken with greenpois0n
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    Restart your iPod Service.
  5. iJackr

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    What do you mean by that?
  6. iJackr

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    I googled it and did what apple said and it didn't work. Greenposi0n comes up with an error saying that it can't find ItunesHelper.exe. It is open though.
  7. Voosham

    Voosham Guest

    Same issue

    Also cannot get my PC to see iPod in DFU. Read elsewhere to use a different cable so i bought one but still no luck. I have 8 USB ports on my mobo and it works with none of them. I have tried restarting iPod service and reinstalling itunes.
    I get the USB connection sound when i enter DFU mode but neither iTunes or my PC gives any indication it is connected, and itunes won't open when it's in DFU mode unless i unplug the iPod and plug it back in.
    Bamping for help please?
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