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Have you worked through this article??
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2358738
I've tried - how would I go about restoring the stock rom/recovery? Just flash the individual images from that zip? Also, would I need to do the X.XX.502.X version (my carrier), or the X.XX.1540.X version (the currently loaded firmware)?

EDIT: No dice. I tried both, but continue to receive the message that the signature verify is failing.
 
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I've tried - how would I go about restoring the stock rom/recovery? Just flash the individual images from that zip? Also, would I need to do the X.XX.502.X version (my carrier), or the X.XX.1540.X version (the currently loaded firmware)?

EDIT: No dice. I tried both, but continue to receive the message that the signature verify is failing.
I think your issue may be that you went back to S-on before going to stock and now firmware is wrong. I would follow the article to regain s-off then you can likely move ahead. There are also several articles saying going to s-on after being s-off can cause issues.
Phone: HTC One- Rogers unlocked
Rom: 4.4.2 Stock
Stock Kernel

Old Phone: HTC Sensation, HD2, Tilt
Rom: ARHD
kernel: stock
 
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I think your issue may be that you went back to S-on before going to stock and now firmware is wrong. I would follow the article to regain s-off then you can likely move ahead. There are also several articles saying going to s-on after being s-off can cause issues.
The problem is that I cannot access my phone's storage to push revone, or to use rumrunner. I cannot unlock the device because unlocktoken does not work - it applies the token, but nothing happens.

I wonder - can I flash the splash screen that it is missing? I think it's due to me missing the piece where it asks me to confirm I want to unlock the phone.
 
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The problem is that I cannot access my phone's storage to push revone, or to use rumrunner. I cannot unlock the device because unlocktoken does not work - it applies the token, but nothing happens.

I wonder - can I flash the splash screen that it is missing? I think it's due to me missing the piece where it asks me to confirm I want to unlock the phone.
I would try posting here in the main htc one forum
http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-one/help
Lots of smart guys hang out there.

BTW: have you tried "fastboot oem unlock" again
Phone: HTC One- Rogers unlocked
Rom: 4.4.2 Stock
Stock Kernel

Old Phone: HTC Sensation, HD2, Tilt
Rom: ARHD
kernel: stock
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I would try posting here in the main htc one forum
http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-one/help
Lots of smart guys hang out there.
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