I've often wondered what Fairport Convention meant by the title of their 1969 album "Unhalfbricking"... After upgrading my Linksys WRT310N from Toastman 7633.3 to 7634 I encountered the empty "Advanced Wireless Settings" page reported in the Toastman releases thread. Flashed back to 7633.3 after a "thorough" erase of NVRAM (Admin --> Configuration --> Restore Default Configuration). The router now appears to be "Half-Bricked" : 1. 30-30-30 reset gives a short window of about 2 or 3 pings with TTL=100 before timing out. 2. During the short ping window, I successfully transferred the Linksys OEM firmware image via tftp - continuous ping is now successful, TTL=100, but power light flashes, and web GUI and telnet are unavailable. 3. After power cycle, ping times out, power light is solid. 4. Repeated the above steps with 7633.3 image, same result. Transfer successful, but no GUI. I'm pretty sure that the TTL=100 means it's stuck somewhere in the boot sequence. Is pin shorting / JTAG now my only option?