In the process of configuring a Shibby test install of 108, I wanted to increase the clock speed. this is done via the tools area since shibby does not provide a overclock GUI. I had my stuff written down but for whatever reason I had written: nvram set clkfreq=225 nvram commit reboot Apparently this version was no too keen on 225. Previously running Toastman, selecting 250 would result in a 252MHz clock speed while maintaining stable. After entering the above commands, the router rebooted to a never ending blinking power button. The router does not recognize the reset button anymore, so a 30 30 30 does not help. I opened the router to reveal that the JTAG connector is soldered in, no holes. I soldered a header connector to the board and fired up EJTAG 3.0. When I perform a jtag -probeonly command, I get some good responses but the program stops at "Probing Flash at (Flash Window: 0x1fc00000) and stops. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/JTAG This link leads me to believe that all I really need to do is erase the nvram and let the router rebuild one, but I can't seem to get that far. the firmware is/was good but the nvram is probably corrupted/ Any suggestions?