So I'm following zedomax's guide on rooting my Nexus 10 for Windows. I'm a complete noob at this, which is what I'm guessing you get a lot of. First, some info. It's Ver. 4.2.2, and the Build Number is JDQ39. Also, I've used it before, and I'm doing this all on Windows 7. I was following a different tutorial that ended up not making any sense, but I had gotten to the point of getting developer options open under system, and enabling USB debugging. I realize that this step isn't at the beginning of zedomax's guide. So, I decided to disable USB debugging. So, I follow the video, but when he goes to Device Manager and says to go to Android 1.0, well there is no such thing listed in my Device Manager. All I have is (and this is with USB debugging off), under "Portable Devices", Nexus 10. With USB debugging turned on, in Device Manager I get a category saying Android Phone, under which is something called Android ADB Interface. I tried to update the thing called Android ADB Interface with the same thing that he updated Android 1.0 (with android_winusb) but then it said Android ADB Composite Interface or something like that. It certainly didn't say Android Bootloader Interface. What's going on? Why is my experience so different? Am I doing something wrong? I don't know what I'm doing, and I feel uncomfortable just guessing here and hoping for the best. I don't want to break my tablet.