download and unzip driver1.zip into your c:/windows/system32/drivers/ folder
download and unzip driver2.zip into your c:/windows/system32/
download and unzip usb-drivers.zip into your adk/tools/ directory
Boot the device into recovery mode, and connect the device to your machine over USB.
- Navigate to Start > Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device Manager > Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Observe that the ADB device is listed as a USB Mass Storage Device.
- Right-click USB Mass Storage Device and select Uninstall. Windows then prompts you with a "New Hardware Found Wizard" message. If Windows doesn't prompt you, you can manually re-detect devices by selecting Action > Scan for hardware changes.
- Install the USB driver included in usb-drivers.zip that you put into your adk/tools directory.
Restart your machine and then put the phone into recovery mode and see if it's working.
There should be a device at the top of device manager called Android USB Device, under it (expand tree) there should be HTC Bootloader
See the screen shots for more info.
Edited by R1Lover, 13 June 2010 - 12:00 PM.