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IPhone & New Hardware - Installation Prevented By Policy

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  • iPhone
  • Windows 7
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June 22, 2010 1:35:11 PM

Ok... Basically running windows 7 x64 ultimate.

Currently am trying to instally my iphone/mobile software (after a format) to update its firmware.



* Have installed itunes/quicktime x64.

* Have removed the complete itunes/quicktime apps. from c:\, registry and add/remove programs obviously.. rebooted, reinstalled..

* have made sure i have full control to usbstor.inf, usbstor.pnf (windows/inf)..

* have edited the group policy.. computer config > admin templates > system > device installation > device installation restrictions > enabled 'allow admin to override device installation restriction policies'

* i AM the admin/only account on this pc

* This pc is not part of any domain...

* i have added the file usbaapl.sys to both windows/system32/drivers and windows/inf..

* i have extracted the itunesx64 installer with winrar and solely removed/run 'AppleMobileDeviceSupport64.msi'

* i have checked the registry controls for usb in HKLM > system > currentcontrolset > services > USBSTOR.. checked to make sure the 'Start' value is 3 and not 4 aka not blocking it. value is set at 3.

Basically i am running out of ideas...
This has happened i would say sometime after format. (half a week ago) not sure as to when.
Am about to run a full virus/spyware scan but somehow don't see this being the issue as i haven't downloaded anything.

System restore is a last resort and i do not even want to think about this option. There should be a fix for this but stuffed if i can find it.. Any help is appreciated..

Thx in advance.

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June 22, 2010 9:09:30 PM

Hi viper-inc,

It would be helpful if you could provide your full system specs in your Public Profile (accessed by clicking your login name at top of screen).

Cheers,

Walker
Windows Outreach Team
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June 23, 2010 3:13:35 AM

WalkerA WinTeam said:
Hi viper-inc,

It would be helpful if you could provide your full system specs in your Public Profile (accessed by clicking your login name at top of screen).

Cheers,

Walker
Windows Outreach Team


I really do not see how the system specifications would help out any due to it being an OS matter..

specs anyway:
CPU: Intel core i7 930 @ 2.80GHz OC'd 3.99GHz
RAM: 3x2GB DDR3 1600MHz
Mobo: Asus P6T
Video: ATI Radeon 5870
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate X64

Yes all drivers are up to date...
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