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You tried reading the following post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...hp?t=2642575,? It's different from what I showed above, there describes another way to recover your vivid by projectisaac
 
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Yes indeed. I used fastboot to flash the boot.img, i will try to do it again today and make sure that i do this after flashing rom and gapps. I might as well try another rom.

Anyone ROM that you recomend me to try?
CM11 kicks ass. http://69.10.54.187/nightly/holiday/ is where you might find the latest nightlies.
Seems to be the only vivid rom that has been worked on for a while.

First time I tried running a custom rom I had a similar issue to what you experience. Do you happen to be on bell? After restoring with the RUU and unlocking again, all went well.

The best guide is http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1416836 but just use it as a guide line and use this software instead.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2437705

Some people say to run the fastboot command 2x. I've been following that advice. Figured it can't do anything bad.
 
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CM11 kicks ass. http://69.10.54.187/nightly/holiday/ is where you might find the latest nightlies.
Seems to be the only vivid rom that has been worked on for a while.

First time I tried running a custom rom I had a similar issue to what you experience. Do you happen to be on bell? After restoring with the RUU and unlocking again, all went well.

The best guide is http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1416836 but just use it as a guide line and use this software instead.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2437705

Some people say to run the fastboot command 2x. I've been following that advice. Figured it can't do anything bad.
ok guys i am now officially an idiot.

Problem came down to be that i was using the wrong boot.img, i didnt know that the correct one is INSIDE the rom zip. I tried it once more and now i am running CM11

thanks for your suggestions and sorry for taking your time on this newb learning experience
 
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Sorry for your problem, I think there was a small mistake before installing CM11, and was what you describe in step 3 "Did a System Reset" when the installation instructions say: "Wipe data, cache, and dalvik cache". I'm afraid you can only recover your VIVID through JTAG on any site that offers the service, it seems you deleted your operating system. The other option is to try [unbrick] HTC Unbricking Project By dexter93 developers forum, http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?t=1627886;
All the best. Just a recommendation, read, read and read each post and comments to take no surprises. Good luck.:fingers-crossed
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Please... Do not scare people like that...

AFAIK... You only need a JTAG if your phone reads qhusb_download... Or something like that...

I have erased my OS literally hundreds of times...

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Please... Do not scare people like that...

AFAIK... You only need a JTAG if your phone reads qhusb_download... Or something like that...

I have erased my OS literally hundreds of times...

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thanks for clarifying that
 
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Glad you're up and running.
 
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Btw, this ROM is amazing, so much better than the stock at crap

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