I am getting the same thing. Just received my 7127 today and before I did anything, I tried to root via the SuperOneClick v.2.3.2. The first time I tried it, the first two lines loaded down like yours and then it said that the program was not responding. Then I tried it again letting the laptop install drivers. Big mistake. Now when I try the superoneclick, it asks me if I want the drivers. If I say Yes, or if I say cancel, it stops again at the two lines. My laptop is running Vista. UPDATE: OMG! It's 2 am in the morning and I got it to work. I just got SuperOneClick to work for me by updating the device driver: Android Composite ADB Interface. After connecting the 7127 to my laptop, I just went to the Device Drivers on my Control Panel, saw that there was an error on the Android device, asked it to find a driver from the internet. It found it and it was successfully installed. Then I went back to the latest SuperOneClick application file and installed it per KWA's video.