OK, everything looks good with ADB. Looks like we have a pesky Windows 7 issue. Windows 7 Command prompt is only User level by default and will cause these utilities to fail.
If you go into Programs > Accessories or Programs > Accessories > System Tools do you see the Command Prompt? Now Right Hand Mouse click over the prompt and choose Run As Administrator
Once the Command Prompt is opened navigate to each utility using the "cd" "cd.." "cd c:\" etc command.
Once you navigate to the Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v17 folder, you will be able to successfully run the batch file through the Administrative prompt.
It's crazy, because I've used adb to root/mess with my Galaxy S, my wife's Galaxy S, my Kindle Fire, my wife's Kindle Fire, my One S, and my wife's Galaxy S2 with no problem (all in that order). The Fire HD simply refuses to play nice. The one difference is I've switched to an SSD Local/System disk and am dual booting 7 Ultimate and 8 Pro on the computer I previously used to root my devices, but that shouldn't matter.
Sorry for the rant, it's not directed at you, or anyone in particular, it's my Kindle Fire HD. I want to choke it, but it hurts my hands when I try. And it's so pretty I feel bad being mean to it. If anyone had a last ditch effort suggestion for me, I'd be extremely grateful to hear (read) it, even if it doesn't work.
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