Just boot into recovery, plug in your usb cable to your phone and computer, and flash a stock image using Odin. I would suggest you go ahead and flash a rooted stock image using these instructions.
If you want straight stock:
Odin can be found here:
These are all stickied at the top of Android Development Thread. In the future, please search first.
I'm having the same problem. I followed the no-counter-tripping method to flash a root-injected stock ROM and it worked fine.
I flashed to CM9 and the camera wasn't working, so I used Odin to flash back to the same root-injected stock ROM and now it never finishes booting.
I noticed that flashing to the root-injected ROM didn't delete my apps, which seems strange. I suspect that there's something lingering from CM9 that is causing the loop in stock. I don't know any way to wipe the device and flash only the root-injected ROM, but I'm hoping that will fix it. Is there a way?
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