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How to install fastboot drivers?

I have trouble using the command line fastboot program. I think that I don't have the correct drivers installed. How can I verify this? What there should be on device manager -> driver details when you are in fastboot mode?

What is the correct term for this mode?

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You may check your phone manufacturer web site for a windows drivers download. – lenik May 18 '12 at 11:46
This might vary by device. If I'm remembering right, a Kindle Fire in fastboot mode (without proper drivers installed) will simply be listed in the device manager as "Kindle", or something similar. – eldarerathis May 18 '12 at 13:32

The Motorola USB drivers can be found at

On Motorola devices, it enumerates as "Mot Single ADB Interface"

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