Make sure you have the installer that matches your Operating System.
If you have, and it still doesn't work, then update your i Phone over Wi Fi using the App Store and don't connect it to your laptop until you can contact Apple to see what is wrong.
I also came across an article on PC World which says to do revert my restore point - but that didn't work, either.
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Unfortunately, sometimes one or more of those patches will cause a problem, ranging from serious ones like error messages preventing Windows from starting, to less serious ones like video or audio problems.
If you're confident that the problem you're experiencing began only after one or more Windows updates, whether manual, automatic, on Patch Tuesday, or otherwise, continue reading for help on what to do next.
The download website should detect for your system though.
Also make sure your laptop and your phone are Authorized on your Apple ID.
Even if you're 100% certain that an update from Microsoft caused the problem you're having, do me a favor and read it anyway.
If you spend the next hour or two trying to fix a problem using the wrong assumption about its cause, it's unlikely that you're going to walk away with a working computer.
This is a very common problem, as well as a frequently asked question.
I did read the PC World article but, frankly it's an extremely shallow approach and won't resolve a deeply rooted problem when Windows Update is broken and has been broken for a long time.
Go to the website, download the installer Use the installer you download to update.
You probably downloaded the 64-bit installer and have a 32-bit version of Vista.
I would be concerned about loosing the back up, but I don't know for sure.