Please Register or Log in to view images According to The Register, if you’re running Microsoft’s latest OS, Windows 7, and your PC has an Intel P55 Express chipset, you’re in for a world of iPhone sync hurt: For the past six weeks, complaints from users running this trifecta of pain have been clogging a thread on Apple’s discussion board. The posts report that – in most cases – iTunes 9 for Windows will recognize the iPhone, but when a sync is attempted, users are greeted with a cryptic “error 0xE8000065″ – an iPhone-connection failure notification. While not the oldest or most common chipset, and thus not likely to affect a huge swathe of users, those with problems just want them fixed. Microsoft is doing their… um… investigating: Microsoft has not seen this particular question posed in the Microsoft Answers for Windows 7 community forum, nor in any of our call centers. We reviewed the issue raised on the Apple Discussion Board and are currently investigating. If we determine this to be a problem specific to Windows 7, we will post an update on the Microsoft Answers site.” In the mean time, here’s what’s worked for some: * A USB port on a USB card not part of the P55 * deleting the iPodDevices.xml file from C:\Users username\AppData\Local\Apple Computer\iTunes * disabling Bonjour * turning on C-state capability in BIOS If you’re having this problem, and if any of these or other fixes work for you, let us know!