I've been using wrt firmwares back from the days of WRTG54 V2 and I'm doing firmware flashing since then. However, today I was not very careful and I ended up with my brand new E4200 stuck in bootloop. I flashed Toastman's tomato-E4200USB-NVRAM60K-1.28.0496MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-N-Ext coming from stock firmware. The process was somehow dodgy but I didn't pay enough attention and now the router is bricked. Steps: - Flashed stock rom with FW_E4200_1.0.03.014 to get the latest version. Played with it for 2 days and decided to move to Toastman's builds. - Flashed tomato-E4200USB-NVRAM60K-1.28.0496MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-N-Ext. Process stopped at 92% for about 5 min. I realized that something could be wrong so I thought to re-flash it before rebooting so I avoid the possibility of bad flashing. - Reflashed Toastman's rom and at 60% I got the message that the flash is completed. - Router restarted and I was able to get into Tomato's web interface. - To be on the safe side, I decided to clear NVRAM. - At that point the router got into bootloop. - Tried several times to hard reset it. Nothing changed. - Next step was to tftp Toastman's build . Upload was successful and while I thought the nightmare is over, I realized that nothing changed. - Decided to tftp the stock rom : I get either server error or timeouts. - Did a 30/30/30 reset ...nothing changed. Any ideas what to do?