I was just trying to factory reset an old iPhone 6S, following
these instructions provided by Apple. However, try as I might, the phone would just reboot.
Turns out my notebook’s USB port I was using to connect the iPhone 6S for doesn’t provide enough voltage and is thus ignored by the iPhone. I think this is so the phone doesn’t risk running out of power while updating.
The solution was to use a powered USB hub.
When I tried to install Stock market price retrieval for Gnucash – via the included script – I was presented with an “msxml3.dll: Access is denied” error.
At first, I thought this was an UAC problem and reinstalled GnuCash outside the Program Files directory, but this did not help.
The solution turned out to be reasonably easy. In “Internet Options”, go to Security -> Custom Level:
Then, scroll down to “Access data across domains” and set it to “Enabled”:
The installation should now work.
Once it completed (it takes quite a while), I reset “Access data across domains” to “Disabled”.