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Default [Q] Problems trying to SBF 2.3.4

I tried to SBF back to stock 2.3.4 using EzSBf 2.3.4 DX2_4.5.1_1
I booted the EZSBF CD, Selected Option 1 to SBF. Followed instructions to put the phone in RSD mode.
The flash started and failed with
Critical error
1337
510B

Now, I can boot the phone into the normally into system that was originally installed, but I cannot get into either RSD mode or Fastboot.
If I hold either volume up for RSD or Volume Down for fastboot and then hold power, I get the M logo, but no words about fastboot or RSD and as soon as I release the power button, it boots normally..
I have held power and volume for as long as 1 minute.

I installed RSD lite, but it will not find the phone as I cannot get it into the proper state for RSD.
Did I trash the bootloader somehow?

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couple of things you can try
power phone off, connect phone to usb cable, hold volume up, then connect to pc (don't touch power button)
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disconnect usb cable, power phone off, hold volume up, press power until you see moto logo, continue holding volume up till you see starting RSD protocol support

before you try flashing again
verify ezSBF was downloaded correctly by comparing md5 checksum: 2dec1590e4c8fb9d89e63b0d63e00c4a
Verify that your downloads are complete with MD5/SHA-1 Hash Checksums

---------- Post added at 11:05 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:35 PM ----------

a another option
download moto-fastboot.rar
create a new folder in c drive named adb
unzip moto-fastboot.rar in adb folder
copy file in unziped folder to adb folder
power on phone normally, connect usb cable to phone and pc
on phone: menu button>settings>applications>Development> check USB debugging then check ok allow
Open the CMD (start menu>All programs>accessories>command prompt)
and enter the these commands.
cd/
cd c:adb
adb reboot rsd protocol support

phone will reboot to a moto dual core screen, but it will really be rsd protocol support
and rsd lite will see it as SE Flash Datona
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Thanks.
The reason I was trying to do the SBF was my son's phone was freezing and lagging, I did a factory reset and it seems to have less lag. If the problem persists (and I can get the phone away from him) I will try your suggestions.
I am also using a DX2 and mine boots into RSD and Fastboot as its supposed to so I know I am trying to do it right.

Len

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On a side note is there any way to fix the problem with not being able to boot into fastboot or RSD support?
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On a side note is there any way to fix the problem with not being able to boot into fastboot or RSD support?
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On a side note is there any way to fix the problem with not being able to boot into fastboot or RSD support?
flashing the sbf may fix it.
The sbf contains all the firmware for the phone.
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flashing the sbf may fix it.
The sbf contains all the firmware for the phone.
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