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I would recommend removing the drivers that are installed. it seems that the wrong ones, or maybe something just "borked" with them, happened on original install.
when you plug in device, go into device manager, should be able to right click on your device and uninstall drivers.
then I recommend putting device in bootloader mode. plug in, and see if it installs the drivers automatically for you.
there should also be an.option in wug to "install drivers" I think.
(in your pictures, window on the right side, "Full Driver install....", long button on the top)
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I just noticed that you have chosen ICS for model/OS. it is probably trying to use the old fastboot binary for it or something, change that and try 4.2 or even 4.3, you could also try 4.1 but I'm thinking the 4.2or4.3 choice will work for you.
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do you KNOW how to manually put phone into bootloader/fastboot mode correct?
if not, from powered down state, hold power, volume up, and volume down, all at the same time for a few seconds, it will vibrate, and bring up the bootloader.
I know on my machine, I befoee had to uninstall drivers, then plugged device in while in bootloader mode, and waited as it installed automatically the correct drivers needed.