1. PhyscoAssassinX's Avatar
    yea i haven't been able to find it, would anyone be willing to share these drivers with me? im running windows 7 64bit
    02-07-2011 12:38 AM
  2. ddigby's Avatar
    I'm running Win7 64-bit. I got it working using the files and some of the instructions here: NookColor USB ADB - nookDevs
    02-07-2011 01:27 AM
  3. PhyscoAssassinX's Avatar
    i'm stuck on step iii, i followed everything dead on point and my computer reads my nook as "Disk drives.............B&N Ebook Disk USB Device (It says this twice) and on other device it has unknown device, when i try to install the drivers it says "windows could not find driver software for your device"
    02-07-2011 10:12 PM
  4. Disgustoid's Avatar
    [DRIVER PACK] Easy USB ADB Installer for Windows (32/64 bit) - xda-developers

    This is the only ADB/driver thread that actually worked for me on Win7 64--literally every other guide I tried failed. Apparently it's not easy to get ADB working for the Nook Color, as there are tons of posts on XDA about getting it up and running.
    02-07-2011 10:50 PM
  5. PhyscoAssassinX's Avatar
    that didn't work either, im still suck in the same spot
    02-07-2011 11:25 PM
  6. goddimus's Avatar
    I was stuck as well and couldn't get anything working with windows 7/64bit. I installed adbWireless from the market (had to download to my phone and then upload to dropbox and then download to the nook) and I was then able to connect adb via wifi.
    02-08-2011 10:41 AM
  7. wymantf's Avatar
    The trick that work for me was.
    go to hardware manager, uninstall the two b&n hard drives.
    go to nook color, should have yellow !
    update drivers
    Nook Color turned into a android adb device.

    Works fine now.
    make sure that the nook is not plugged in when installing the drivers after you unzip the files. Have been trying to get mine to show for 3 days now. As soon as I deleted the two hard drives it updated the nook first time
    08-01-2011 02:01 PM