I pulled a pretty bone headed move last night. I was updating all my devices to Shibby's Tomato v110, I have 2 e4200v1s and 1 WNR3500Lv2, and I accidentally flashed one of the e4200's with the WNR3500Lv2 firmware file. As to be expected now that e4200 doesn't work. The "Cisco" light just has a steady flash. I am able to ping it at 192.168.1.1. I have done many 30/30/30 resets. I have tried using tftp.exe, tftp2.exe and the Firmware Upgrade Utility to flash: stock Linksys firmware - It goes to about 70% and quits and goes in a re-try loop. Proper Tomato v110 from Shibby: it will say it completes but the router never reboots and if I manually reboot it just goes back to being pingable with a flashing logo. dd-wrt trailed min build: same as Tomato. I have tried it from both Win7 and Win8 computers. From what I have read if it is responding to ping requests at 192.168.1.1 with a TTL=100 I should be able to use tftp to recover it. That is apparently not the case or I am doing something wrong. I have read the Peacock thread and all of Google Any ideas?