Hey guys. I could really use some help here. Yesterday I decided to update my iPod Touch's firmware. I was using 3.1.2 and I wanted to install 3.1.3 which had just been released. For some odd reason something wen't wrong while trying to update the firmware. It seems like my iPod's software has been corrupted or something. When I turn it on it automatically tells me to connect it to my iTunes. iTunes tells me the iPod is in restore mode and that I should download the software update and restore it right away. When I try doing it, something goes wrong while installing the firmware and it says "error 14". Of course I went over to Apple.com and searched for every possible solution. I've tried restoring it in 2 different Macs (I only got Macs at home) and in different user accounts as well. I keep getting the same error. I've tried searching every possible forum and help page on google and I can't seem to find a solution for that. I've also tried restoring the firmware by holding down the option key and selecting an specific firmware which I've downloaded. My iPod and iTunes won't accept it. It says the firmware is not compatible. I've never jailbraken my iPod, so I don't have a clue of what must have happened. I've tried downloading some softwares like iNdependence and iFuntastic (which were supposed to take my iPod out of recovery mode) and both apps can't detect my iPod's firmware, so I assume something's wrong with it's inner software. I've been trying to find a solution for this for over a day and if I can't get it to work tonight I'm probably going to take it to a retail store. I posted a thread on Apple's support forum and 2 other people had the exact same problem as me. One of them got it fixed by restoring their iPod on another computer (PC). I might take it to work tomorrow to see if I can sink it on a PC. Does anybody have a clue of what is happening or how can I fix this? Thanks a lot in advance!