iPod Touch Device Driver was not successfully install

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  1. appletouch

    appletouch New Member

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    I'm desperate right now! I messed up two iPod touches. Everytime I turn on my touch i get this:

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    and then I get this:

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    then this:

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    and end up with this:

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    this is my device manager:

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    and my apple > mobile device support > drivers

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    I have Windows Vista 32-bit. I have searched and tried so many things. I've installed and uninstall iTunes a lot. I connected my brothers iPod touch, with his permission, and it all happened again. We don't have any warranty. Don't know what else I left out. PLEASE HELP!
  2. dunuck

    dunuck Active Member

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    Put your ipod in DFU mode and restore
    it fixes anything
  3. appletouch

    appletouch New Member

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    ok tried that and i ended with this:

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  4. Gatorsxrule

    Gatorsxrule New Member

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    Will this work?(it's for 1.1.2, but it shoudnt matter)
    http://modmyi.com/forums/windows-sp...evice-recovery-mode-wtf-help.html#post5281699
  5. Tkf1

    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    Reinstall iTunes.
  6. dunuck

    dunuck Active Member

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    it seems like you have an internet connection problem with your itunes, try in a different computer
  7. appletouch

    appletouch New Member

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    I got it fixed by using the DFU mode and restoring it in a different computer.
    Thank you everyone!

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