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Default [Q] Drivers on Win8.1 x64

Ok, I can't manage to get my SV work with my PC.
This problem persists only in fastboot mode.
Yellow triangle, unknown device as always. (In device manager it shows up as My HTC)

What i tried until this:
-3 different USB port (1 of them is 2.0)
-4 different drivers (including official HTC Win8 x64 drivers, Win7 x64 drivers by old.splatterhand, and 2 other drivers from random sites)
-Retail USB Cable and a random noname pink colored USB cable
-USB HUB
-HTC Sync and HTC Sync Manager installed
-Java installed
-Google SDK installed
-drivers and updates in android SDK installed
-of course I turned driver signature enforcement and antivirus off.

It's not the first case when i have this problem. I had some Xperia phones before SV, none of them was able to connect to my PC. Probably because of drivers. Or because of my PC? My previous PC with Win7 x64 worked like charm, but that was a Desktop PC.

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If you have already tried the drivers i provide, i can't give you others, sorry.
But if this problem happened, the first time after the update to 4.2.2, you can try to downgrade your hboot (when you are S-off!) and see if it could be solved by that.
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If you have already tried the drivers i provide, i can't give you others, sorry.
But if this problem happened, the first time after the update to 4.2.2, you can try to downgrade your hboot (when you are S-off!) and see if it could be solved by that.
Didn't tried on 4.1.2.
Don't have root nor unlock.
that's why I want to get them work
But seems it won't. Np seems my notebook is not compatible with this. WIll try on another PC With XP. Thanks anyway
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