Intel chipset causing iPhone syncing woes?

Darren Allan

November 2, 2009

Posters on an Apple discussion board have been complaining about a problem syncing their iPhone with their PC.

The problem seems to be mainly affecting PCs running Windows 7 with the Intel P55 chipset.

Users have been unable to get their iPhone to work with iTunes for Windows, although it certainly isn’t clear whether it’s the chipset at fault.

The recently released P55 chipset, which features on new motherboards from MSI, Gigabyte and Asus, might be used in the new 27 inch iMacs Apple is preparing for release.

So if it is the chipset that’s causing the error, it’s an issue that needs to be sorted out pretty swiftly. An Apple representative has already popped up on the thread, asking users to send him the exact details of their hardware and problems experienced.


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