No I have had it about 10 month..
What do you mean by lock screen? I can see the home screen and the tablet opens etc. on my wife's W 7 PC.
I have tried this several times with no results.
It says Wi-Fi.
I think the problem is my PC not the tablet as my wife's PC which is 6 feet away detects the tablet just fine etc.
I am not trying to connect via Wi Fi but via a USB2 port.
I have also tried three cables.
I am not sure.
It has been several months - maybe.
In the meantime this PC has been up graded from XP to W 7 professional.
I am not sure that the PC upgrade is before or after the previous last successful Nexus 10 connection. But I think the last connection which was a successful connection was before the upgrade.
do it and tell me how to install it or is it just a link where I can download it (tomorrow)
So what happened?
I will try this, but I've about given up.
By the way, Microsoft no longer supports " fix it".
And removing the USB controllers seemed like a good idea until one of them turned out to be the mouse. I have probably 20 USB controllers - not three- and they each must be separately uninstalled..
You are on the right track.
I went to "Driver Hub" and for $39.97 they told me that I had 24 very out of date USB drivers. So I paid the money and they updated all the out
of date USB drivers. I thought Ah Ha that ought to do the job. It didn't.
I searched the error codes, first 43 - the USB drivers errors. That's how I found Driver Hub.
So the next error is Code 28 I did that too. Didn't cost anything.
No help. Yes I have tried other USB ports, that didn't help either. The PC shows the Nexus 10 tablet as a connected device so it is detected. Just no driver. There are tool kits for app developers, that have drivers and they unlock the tablet. This is way over my head so I don't go there.
I am ready to give up. Google does not have a help desk that I could find!