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Default [Q] unable to unroot

i am gonna unroot my nexus 10
i had download the mantaray-jdq39-factory-d79f489e firmware and following the intruction on9
but my device cant get through formatting userdata. the error posted below.
anyone can help ? my nexus 10 now cant turn on. only can boot into bootloader.
i did tried changing several usb cable and usb ports.

this is my bootloader information
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(bootloader) variant: wifi-only
(bootloader) serialno: R32D102951D
(bootloader) version-hardware: 8
(bootloader) version-bootloader: MANTAMD03
(bootloader) secure: yes
(bootloader) unlocked: yes
(bootloader) off-mode-charge: enabled(1)
(bootloader) signing: yes
(bootloader) boot partition- type: raw, size: 0x0000000001000000
(bootloader) recovery partition- type: raw, size: 0x0000000001ff0000
(bootloader) metadata partition- type: raw, size: 0x0000000000010000
(bootloader) misc partition- type: raw, size: 0x0000000000400000
(bootloader) cache partition- type: ext4, size: 0x0000000021000000
(bootloader) system partition- type: ext4, size: 0x0000000032000000
(bootloader) userdata partition- type: ext4, size: 0x00000006ef400000
all:
finished. total time: 0.025s


this is the error
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formatting 'userdata' partition...
Creating filesystem with parameters:
Size: 29783752704
Block size: 4096
Blocks per group: 32768
Inodes per group: 8192
Inode size: 256
Journal blocks: 32768
Label:
Blocks: 7271424
Block groups: 222
Reserved block group size: 1024
Created filesystem with 11/1818624 inodes and 158176/7271424 blocks
error: file_write: write: Bad file descriptor
sending 'userdata' (0 KB)...
 
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Check md5sum or sha1 to check for bad download, and it looks like bootloader is still unlocked
fastboot oem lock
Now run the update to return to stock

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Check md5sum or sha1 to check for bad download, and it looks like bootloader is still unlocked
fastboot oem lock
Now run the update to return to stock

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hi
do u mean i need to relock bootloader than do the -w update command?
 
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If your goal is to unroot and return to stock you want a locked bootloader

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