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Unhappy Atrix reboot at start up screen after flash rom

Hi everyone!
I just buy an Atrix, version 4.0.4 Cyanogen, and I want to flash it come back stock rom 2.3 so I did following this guide:
Requirements

Download the stock system image for the Motorola Atrix 4G (Gingerbread, firmware version 4.5.91)
Download the Fastboot ZIP package
Motorola Atrix 4G
Instructions

Download the following files listed above and extract their contents into a folder on your computer.
Enable USB Debugging on your device by heading to “Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging”. Make sure that there is a check mark on the USB Debugging option.
Turn off your device and boot into Fastboot mode by pressing and holding down the Volume Down button and pressing the Power key.
Once inside Fastboot mode, connect your device to your computer via USB cable.
After connecting your device, launch a command prompt on your computer.
Change directory to where you extracted the downloaded files.
Type the following commands below and press the Enter key after each line:
moto-fastboot flash boot boot.img
moto-fastboot flash system system.img
moto-fastboot –w
moto-fastboot reboot
Once the last command has been entered, your device should reboot.
Check whether or not you have successfully flashed the stock firmware by heading to “Settings > About Phone > Firmware Version” where it should show the current firmware version as 4.5.91. If there is another version except the one mentioned, then you need to redo the steps.

And now, my atrix start up...reboot...start up..
Im a new people using Android
Please help me!
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Go to this thread and download the 2.3.4 Stock Rom
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1163009
Move it to your SD Card

Turn off your phone.
Turn your phone back on holding the vol down button.
Press volume down to cycle through the options until you see "Android Recovery"
Press vol up.
Wipe Data
Wipe Cache
Install Zip from SD
Choose this zip file.
reboot when finished.
 
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You should do a full wipe before flashing, especially if coming from CM to stock or vice-versa:

reboot to fastboot
moto-fastboot erase boot
moto-fastboot erase system
moto-fastboot erase userdata
moto-fastboot erase cache
moto-fastboot erase webtop
moto-fastboot erase preinstall

Then flash the boot and system images.
 
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Somebody should make a script that does the "full wipe" automatically instead of having to do it manually every time. I found this but I dont know if it would work for phones.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=868720
 
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Somebody should make a script that does the "full wipe" automatically instead of having to do it manually every time. I found this but I dont know if it would work for phones.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=868720
There are already 2 threads with different scripts that do this for the Atrix in the Atrix dev forums. Search is your friend!
 
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There are already 2 threads with different scripts that do this for the Atrix in the Atrix dev forums. Search is your friend!
I have seen both of them but from what I have read from people's comments, it doesn't seem to work properly, it glitches, so I don't want to take any risks.
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