Yes i did ...
The following setp is were i am stuck..
The iPod will show an apple logo after about 5 seconds, keep holding the buttons until it seems to turn off completely The display of your iPod should now stay black, and a new USB device called "Apple Recovery (DFU) USB Driver" should connect to your PC.
There is no new USB device seen..
The explanation is not clear in that step; there is no new USB device to be seen until you execute the bootstrap. Before that, there is the installation of the DFU driver, but no visible mount.
So like the others said, check if the antivirus is preventing something, re-run the manual and kill the mentioned Apple processes. If you then execute bootstrap.exe there might still be an error message, but you probably will get access to the 64MB sized disk.
Edited by r100 - 12/12/12 at 1:52am