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davesmall, If you i Phone shows an i Tunes logo and a cable, try disconnecting it and reconnecting it. We have bought several i Phones at our company, and we have the same issue with every i Phone updating using a Windows XP.
I'm currently waiting for my music to finish syncing.
We have tried it on several machines with the same results.
The way we fixed it, is we plugged the i Phones into a MAC and did a firmware update on it then resynced it with the PC. We have also tried to force a restore on a PC with no luck Message was edited by: dkerby My first guess is that all of your Windows PCs are a few years old and don't have USB 2 ports. Other possibilities are plugging the phones into USB hubs instead of directly into the computer, having too many USB devices connected (so there is insufficient power to the i Phone), out of date versions of i Tunes (current is 7.6.1), antivirus/antispyware that is blocking the update download.
To update on the i Phone, find out how to update i OS wirelessly on the i Phone.
Here's how to perform the update using i Tunes on mac OS and Windows computers.
An unknown error occurred (1).'Apple's page detailing 'more information' is next to useless and fails to give you any further information detailing what an error (1) actually is.
It now says my version is 1.1.4 so looks like the software did update OK before it hung. I've unchecked automatic updating in the i Tunes preferences, only then would i Tunes properly identify and restore the device.A firmware is an IPSW file that contains everything needed to run the core operating system, i OS.Beta firmwares have also been released, but require an Apple Developer account to acquire. Apple TV firmwares have two different version and build numbers, which can lead to confusion when referencing them. Plug your phone into a USB 2 port on the computer, not into a hub or keyboard port. artnum=305797 If you don't have any USB 2 ports borrow a computer that does. i Tunes is currently restoring the i Phone from a backup. Follow the Recovery procedure if it doesn't restart the update by itself:
I'm just looking for a workaround at a low level to bypass the useless GUI approach and maybe look for a command line solution. The one thing I didn't suggest, that you may have tried, is to clean the connector on the bottom of the phone.