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Btw... thanks for your help.

I went through those steps, but on my system, the MTP driver wasn't listed as an option.
Hmmm, I've only ever used the Google drivers from the SDK until this stupid ACER one appeared. Managed to get back to it now so it's all good. Perhaps download the Google driver and then point to it?

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Yeah , I forgot , sorry about that . I managed to make it work by downloading this drivers " https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/re...er_windows.zip " . After i have extracted the driver i plugged my N5 to the PC, than I went to the Device Manager i right clicked the Acer ADB Interface and I have selected Update Drivers . After that I selected the folder where i have extracted the drivers , than i chose " Let me pick from a list ... " , I selected MTP USB Device and Voila , it works !

PS: You can also try to install the LG Driver " http://tool.xcdn.gdms.lge.com/dn/dow...=UW00120120425 "
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The other option is to manually change the driver in Device Manager from the ACER one to the Google one. I think it's happened as M$ have the ACER driver digitally signed whereas the Google one isn't so it'll always choose the signed driver...
Thanks For your help. It worked.
 
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Yeah , I forgot , sorry about that . I managed to make it work by downloading this drivers " https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/re...er_windows.zip " . After i have extracted the driver i plugged my N5 to the PC, than I went to the Device Manager i right clicked the Acer ADB Interface and I have selected Update Drivers . After that I selected the folder where i have extracted the drivers , than i chose " Let me pick from a list ... " , I selected MTP USB Device and Voila , it works !

PS: You can also try to install the LG Driver " http://tool.xcdn.gdms.lge.com/dn/dow...=UW00120120425 "
LG driver helped me to resolve issue while installing LG driver got pop up message for the missing MTP package for windows 8.1, i followed link to download missing package and install after reboot it resolved issue in my Windows 8.1, Thanks for your help.
 
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I can never seem to get adb or fastboot to work I gave up and dual booted my computer with Linux Linux hasn't given me problems with adb or fastboot

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