I have a Linksys WRT54G v1.1 router. I bought this yesterday for cheap ($5) and proceeded to flash it with a toastman build. It had the original Linksys firmware on it. I used ND-MIPS32R1 Kernel 2.4 (WRT etc ONLY): tomato-ND-1.28.7632-Toastman-IPT-ND-Std.trx. When I tried to flash it it kept saying 'Incorrect image file'. Then I changed the .trx extension to .bin and it accepted it. After a minute I got the message "Upgrade are successful" (yes it said 'are') and then the power led started blinking non-stop. I wait a few minutes but it didn't stop. I tried logging into the router webpage but was unable. Then I unplugged the power and waited a minute and plugged it back in. It powered up and immediately the power led kept blinking again. Factory resets did nothing. After determining I most likely bricked my router as I couldn't ping it at all, I resorted to the only option left and opened up the case to try shorting out the pins. I tried pins 15 and 16 first but that didn't work so I did 16 and 17 and thankfully that worked. I was able to ping the router. I tried to upload the latest linksys firmware but was unable so I tried polarcloud's tomato. Finally it was successful and the router was functional again. Thank god for the internet as this was the first time anything like this has happened to me. I decided to give the tomato-ND-1.28.7632-Toastman-IPT-ND-Std build another try. It bricked the router again. So I had to short the pins again and reload original tomato firmware. Now I don't know which build to use. What was wrong with the build that I tried? It's the right firmware for my router right? I've still got the router mainboard out of its case as I want to finish flashing with toastman before I put it back together. What build should I use???