iTunes (0xE8000065) HELP

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  1. austen

    austen New Member

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    I get that error every time I plug in my iPod.
    Help me please!

    I tried:
    Different USB
    Reset settings

    EDIT
    I just reinstalled iTunes, all is well, but I want this thread to keep going just incase...
  2. Exosion

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    DFU + Restore. I'm 99% positive it's an error with itunes reading your ipod's memory.
  3. austen

    austen New Member

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    I just reinstalled iTunes, all is well, but I want this thread to keep going just incase...
  4. Ruamrudee

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    try another computer?
  5. tech3475

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    I got my ipod syncing by rebooting the computer after the upgrade.

    and yes I did get that error.
  6. Hugo50

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    0xe8000065

    Hi,

    The solution I found is connect your Iphone to your computer.
    Just let it work out it's routine (you probably will get the error again).

    Than: switch off your Iphone and restart it without breaking the connection.

    Everything should work again properly...

    Hugo
  7. matttheamazing94

    matttheamazing94 New Member

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    this hasnt worked for me..........does anyone have any other suggestions?
  8. hcescalante@envent.net

    hcescalante@envent.net New Member

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    hello,
    I am having the same problem it says error 0xE8000065. ive tried all the rebooting and it doesnt work help.
  9. rogueqd

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    A possible fix

    I'm running Windows 7 RC with an iPhone 3GS.I have/had a problem where the sync would drop half way through a long sync or iTunes would only sync the first time and then ignore the iPhone. I have the same problem with my iPod nano.

    Tonight I got the error 0xe8000065 and started looking around forums. Some of the threads I read suggested it was a diver/usb problem which got me thinking about services.

    I changed the compatibility mode for the apple mobile device service and ran it as administrator. Everything seems ok now. I have synced my iPhone a few times in succession, synced my nano then synced my iPhone again, no errors lockups or glitches.

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    Open Task Manager, click "Show processes from all users" and find the AppleMobileDeviceService.exe process. Right clicked on it and choose Properties, then change to the Compatibility tab. Change the compatibility mode to Vista SP2 and tick Run this program as an administrator.

    Either restart the service, or if your not sure about that restart your PC.


    I hope this helps someone...

    RogueQD
  10. Jacob

    Jacob Well-Known Member

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    Please DO NOT bump old threads. Make a new thread and someone will be glad to help you

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