When I connected my Nexus S to my PC running Windows 7 Professional (32-bit) via USB cable, the system installed a handful of drivers before complaining that the Nexus S driver wasn't installed.
I can see the USB storage as a drive letter. And I can use MyPhoneExplorer to browse all of the memory.
I'm just concerned that if I go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Devices and Printers, the Nexus S icon is there with a warning symbol on it because the driver wasn't loaded.
If I try to let Windows fix the problem, it searches and fails to find the driver and suggests I take it up with the manufacturer.
If I select Properties for the Nexus S, I see the drive letter listed plus "USB Composite Device" and "USB Mass Storage Device", but sitting at the top of the list is "Nexus S" with a warning sign.
Should I be worried? Does anyone else have this?
I have previously had a different Android phone connected and that was OK once I got the drivers for that...