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Original post by: oldturkey03 ,

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Connect you phone, go into My Computer

, Right-click on your phone and select properties. Click the events tab and then select "Take No Action". But it shouldn't affect your iTunes. If your phone is not recognized, then either Mobile Device Helper is not running or is corrupt. uninstall from Add/Remove programs and reinstall iTunes and you should be good to go.

Another quick check is to go into the control panel, Admin Tools, and services and see if Apple Mobile Device is running. If not right click it, go into properties and make sure it's set to automatic and then start it.

Also, you might want to look in the device Manager under USB and see if there is any ports that might be erroring.

Here is more info from Apple http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1495 ...good luck

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