ITunes does not recognize the device

My I tunes does not recognize my I pad or I phone. There's no problem on another computer. I tried to remove Itunes and reinstall, but no avail. Computer is windows 10


If iTunes does not recognize your iPhone, iPad or iPod - Apple Support

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