Let's take a walk down memory lane. So we hold Sleep+Home, right? We chill, and wait for it to turn off, and in windows, we hear two beeps. Those two beeps signify it losing the connection to the computer. Loss of hardware. We let go of Sleep, and keep holding the Home button. Ten seconds later, boom! DFU Mode, right? WRONG. 'Add New Hardware Wizard' for my new USB DFU Device. WOWW. Windows needs a driver? Where shall we look? The internet? The HDD? Hell, we'll look everywhere for a USB DFU Device Driver. NONE. Let's go into our device manager, do we find anything? Yes, we do. A nice little yellow caution sign, next to our 'USB DFU Device' Shall we try to update the driver? Sure. Let's give it a go. And, of course, we can't find a driver. iTunes isn't recognizing it. Why would it? According to my computer, it's not an iPod Touch, it's a USB DFU Device. DUH. ? Anybody want to help?