You need to be rooted and use a root file manager (Astro is not) to see it. If you don't want to buy Root Explorer, download and install via adb the free ES File Explorer. Then you can copy it to your SD and transfer it to Windows via MTP. I'm not sure why you could not pull it.
EDIT: I just tried that. MTP is very finicky about what files it will let you see or transfer. Copy the file to your ext_sdcard (the one you put into the slot). You need to look under /mnt/ext_sdcard to see it with your file manager. Take the card out and put it in a card reader in the PC.
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I think I'm getting somewhere. I had to Uninstall the Unknown Device, and turn off the HD+ and turn it back on (all while still connected to the PC) to get what looks like something that works. I'm now showing a BNTV600 under Portable Devices (and Win7 gave me the options of what I want to do with this device when I plug it in - Sync etc). So now do I take the next step of enabling ADB on the HD+?
Hmm, I unplugged the device, enabled ADB, just for kicks cycled power on the HD+, made sure ADB was still enabled, and then plugged it back in via USB. No new devices showed up - it got ID'd immediately as an MTP device. I verified ADB is enabled.
Unplugged it, disabled and re-enabled ADB, plugged it back in. Still showing up as a MTP device. Funny, I couldn't get it to be a MTP device and now it won't un-be a MTP device!
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