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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.Is there any way, say through Terminal, to find the device and reformat it so that I can perform a complete reinstall through i Tunes again.I've tried downloading the software updater again and I'm getting the same problem: update seems to run fine at first, it extracts the software, verifies it, installs, verifies the installation then begins a firmware update at which point it errors saying 'The i Phone "i Phone" could not be restored.Just to make sure it wasn't an OSX related issue I've tried on a Win PC and the same error pops up, so it's all pointing to a problem with the phone itself.Prior to the software update I'm told it was all running fine, so the process of updating seems to have borked something (probably in the firmware).
I have an i Phone 5S which I'm having a look at for my boss.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of directly into the computer, having too many USB devices connected (so there is insufficient power to the i Phone), out of date versions of i Tunes (current is 7.6.1), antivirus/antispyware that is blocking the update download.Can the device's volume be accessed through Terminal? Look inside with a bright light, and clean it with something non-metallic if you see any garbage in it (wood or plastic toothpicks work well).From: Resolve i OS update and restore errors - Apple Support Check for hardware issues Related errors: 1, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 1000, 1002, 1004, 1011, 1012, 1014, 1667, or 1669.
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To complete an i OS update, you'll need to accept the licensing terms, review information about the update's new features, and configure new settings.