The name of this thread has changed from "geekmaster simple request for assistance
" to "fastboot for win32
" to show that it has evolved into a kindle debricking solution that uses a new kindle fastboot for windows tool.
See the first post for details:
Let's thank yifanlu for porting the android fastboot tool to the kindle, and hostar for porting yifanlu's kindle fastboot tool to a native win32 environment so you can run it at a windows command prompt, and PoetCop for providing a working example of using it to debrick a kindle.
P.S. Don't forget to install the libusb-win32 drivers for your kindle "fastboot" devices, or the fastboot program will be forever "< waiting for device >" even when your kindle is detected by windows as a "VID/PID 1949:d0d0" kindle fastboot device...