C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRVSTORE\usbaapl_A65621D65F5B7507DD7B22331826547BDD2D206B Remember that location (either leave the search box open or copy the folder name into note pad – you’ll need it later) If you don’t find usbaapl.sys, Device Manager o Look for a device called ‘ipod’ – if your ipod shows up as ‘digital camera’ it will be under something like ‘imaging devices’. Update the driver: o Right click the ‘ipod-camera’ in device manager and click on ‘Update Driver’ – the Hardware Update Wizard will open.

o Check the ‘Install from a list or specific location’ then click ‘Next’ o Check ‘Dont search.

i Tunes could not backup or restore because i Phone disconnected?

Install an i OS update and your device gets stuck in a continuous restart loop?

Once you select a folder, you can sync all the photographs in that folder to your i Phone or i Pod.

You can also use subfolders to help organize and sync only certain photos you want on the i Phone/i Pod.

Type in usbaapl and hit Search – try to ignore the dog!

You should find the driver info in a sub folder of C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRVSTORE e.g.

This is one of the troubleshooting post for i Phone and i Pod when itunes fail to recognizing your iphone or ipod. Easy Solution : Download the latest version of itunes and install it.

Try plug in your iphone and see if itunes is able to recognize your i Phone. Second solution : Working and Long method This solution is provided by Codyc03 1. First off you need to have i Tunes installed and the ipod touch plugged in and recognized as ‘something’ e.g.

I will choose the driver to install’ click ‘Next’ Here you should see the Apple Device to update, click “Have Disk” In the text box below type (or better copy and paste) or browse the folder containing the ipod driver information found in step 1 (in the example above it was C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRVSTORE\usbaapl_A65621D65F5B7507DD7B22331826547BDD2D206B), Click “OK” The second process seems to be lengthy but in my case it resolved the problem.