Uh-Oh Nookie Froyo on Internal Memory won't boot

anon(3792)

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Ok, so I took the plunge and installed Nookie Froyo to my internal memory. Bad idea. Can't get adb working, so tried to remove Nookie Froyo from my internal memory. I booted into CWM, wiped data, wiped system (according to this thread: http://forum.androidcentral.com/bar...5414-how-restore-nook-color-rooted-stock.html). For some reason, the Nook wouldn't recognize/mount my SD card. Now it won't boot. It's taunting me with the little blue Android in the bottom of the screen with the flashing cursor. I know these devices are hard to brick, but I'm at a loss for how to restore it this time... Lesson learned. Booting Froyo off the SD card isn't so bad. Please help.
 

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I had a similar issue but I got stuck going back to stock but on the stock version of the ANDROID _ splash screen.

I used this [RECOVERY][ZIP] Nook Color Restore to stock - xda-developers
but had to try 3 times, switching between 1.01 and 1.0.
finally if booted up...

I didn't try that partition zip they suggest because I wasn't stuck on that screen.

good luck, everything that I read said as long as you can see something on the screen there is hope....