I have a rooted Google Nexus 10 tablet with Clockwork Mod and Android 4.4.2. The Google USB driver worked fine on my Windows 7 laptop and I was able to use adb to push files to my tablet. I foolishly let the automatic 4.4.3 OTA download and install. Now, my tablet is stuck in bootloop AND Windows has completely forgotten my Google USB driver and thus adb can't see the tablet, so I can't transfer over the 4.4.3 image or flash in Clockwork Mod via sideload. Yes, Clockwork Mod works great and I can boot into recovery mode. I've seen a thousand postings that all talk about stuff you do from Android like enabling USB debugging, etc, but this is all worthless when you can't boot Android. In retrospect, I wish I had kept a backup image on my SD card. So three questions:
1. How can I get the update image onto my tablet, either by sideload or adb push?
2. Is the factory image (4.4.3 (KTU84L) ) correct or since I'm rooted, am I supposed to use a modified one?
3. Would the manual update method be as simple as copying over the factory OTA to my SD Card ahead of time, booting into recovery mode and flashing?
Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.