I have the same issue. Someone pointed me to this forum so I'll just include my text.
So I just got my first droid yesterday, it's a droidx from motorola. I initially factory reset it and cache cleared and it was working like a charm. Anyways, today I got the idea after reading over cyanogenmod following these instructions. Since I didn't have much on it I didn't backup. I remember vaguely updating the system previous to this, I think I was at 2.34. Anyways, I get done with flashing it- as far as I know it was successful- rdslite said it was complete. I try to do another factory reset, can't get into it. Just the bootloader comes up saying : Bootloader30.04 Err:A5,70,70,00,1F and a few things about to plug usb in and that it needs service...
I see something on cyanogen's page that I overlooked before:
WARNING: The 2.3.4 OTA release, the bootloader was patched to version 30.04. If an attempt is made to downgrade to an earlier version through the SBF method below, the bootloader will throw an error and the phone will not boot.
I tried the 1kds cd and it says it installed properly, I turn it on only to see same bootloader issue. I tried another rom and same thing. The last one I used was apparantly a 2.34 one and now my phone says code corrupt on the bootloader screen.
I need to find a way to charge the battery. I feel bad because it was a present to me from my girlfriends sister, and I don't want to see her and tell her I broke it already
But, can you guys help me with this? I don't really know where to go from here.