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Question Kindle Fire No Drivers TWRP Installed no Drivers/ADB

I have a Kindle Fire 2 (I assume its Kindle 2nd Gen) / It has no camera its 7"s
It has 2nd Bootloader and TWRP (v2.3.3.0) on it
I had a Cyanogenmod ROM on it but decided it needed something new
I can boot into TWRP
I cannot get it to mount as USB
Windows 8 Device Manager shows it as Kindle Fire 2 -- but has no drivers installed
I cannot get a ROM onto this
I run ADB from the KFF Package
ADB kill-server
ADB start-server
ADB Device.......
Nothing....

Ive tried a million drivers, including the ones in the KFF package, nothing.
I have JDK and Dev Kit installed
I have the custom amazon repository added in the dev kit with suggested packages
Still no Amazon Kindle Fire2 drivers installed
I am in Windows Test Mode and do not require signatures in my OS.
Windows 8, not 8.1

Any suggestions?

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Finally Progress!

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C:\KFFirstAide>adb start-server
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *

C:\KFFirstAide>adb devices
List of devices attached
0123456789ABCDEF recovery
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...06&postcount=9

Now I can sideload.

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...06&postcount=9

Now I can sideload.
Did you get where you need to be then? Windows 8 driver enforcement has to be disabled as well http://www.fotoclubinc.com/blog/how-...-on-windows-8/ Go Big Red
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