Interesting Error Message

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  1. Oliver Barker

    Oliver Barker New Member

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    For some reason I opened up iTunes and got the following error

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    The funny thing is I don't have a iPhone! I have a 16GB iPod Touch Jailbroken 1.1.4 and I don't think I did anything recently that could have accounted for this error. Anybody else got any ideas why this have popped up?
  2. jpga13

    jpga13 Banned

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    1. Go to Device Manager (My Computer, right click an empty space, click Properties, then Hardware (tab), then Device Manager)
    2. Expand the 'Universal Serials Bus controllers'
    3. Make sure one of the USB devices has 'USB 2.0' or 'USB2' written somewhere in it (mine was after 'Enhanced Host Controller')
    4. Right Click the USB2.0 one and click "Update Driver"
    5. Click the Automatically Update Driver (or something similar) tab and let Windows search for a driver update (the internet must be on while doing this).
  3. 92nate92

    92nate92 New Member

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    very nice
  4. brisingr

    brisingr New Member

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    I got it once. DFU it.
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    engineers New Member

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    Not to be negative but search the error code on the forums. there are about 30 threads about this error.
  6. GrooveMachine

    GrooveMachine Active Member

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    It appears as if he's on a Mac. The only way out of this is to go into a forced DFU mode and restore, because as far as I can tell, your firmware is corrupt. This has happened to me once or twice before.
  7. Oliver Barker

    Oliver Barker New Member

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    well its syncing fine with my computer and since 2.0 will be coming out soon I might as well wait for that, just thought i'd let you all know about it! And yes, I am on a mac XD

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