iPad mini with Windows 7 - USB device not recognised
I got my shiny new iPad mini yesterday and am trying to connect it to a Windows 7 PC but cannot seem to get it to automatically detect. I get 'USB device not recognised' error and a message stating 'Device driver software was not successfully installed'.
It comes up in my Device Manager as an unknown device.
I've tried removing it and tying again, resetting the iPad and I've tried this one three separate Windows 7 PCs and I see the same error on each.
I've had a search and can't find this problem listed anywhere else and cannot find the drivers to download and install manually.
I use an iPhone 4S on the same machine with no issues and have never had this sort of issue with any device before.
Has anyone see this at all?
How does PC "recognize" it?
I'm having same problems, but this procedure doesn't seem to help; it does the "Synchronizing" [Geez, I guess that means that it "recognizes/acknowledges" it] but won't show Mini-iPad on "My Computer" when that icon is opened.
Originally Posted by aditya19897
My exact dilemma is that I have Numbers on my Mini iPad and desktop PC, and Numbers on my Mini iPad, and I want to get my Mini iPad to read those Excel Files on my desktop............
Hope I'm not hi-jacking this thread, but it IS seeming NOT to recognize each other fully. It DOES Synchronize the music on iTunes, but I need to access that Excel via Numbers.