Friday, 18 July 2014

Windows Vista Displays BSOD When Connecting iPhone or iPod

Windows Vista Displays BSOD When Connecting iPhone or iPod

1. First disconnect your iPhone or iPod from your system and then uninstall iTunes and Apple Mobile Device Support from "Control -> Panel -> Program and Features".

2. After uninstallation, restart your system.

3. Now re-download updated iTunes version from

4. Install this new version and you'll not face BSOD problem in Windows Vista.


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