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[Q] HTC Desire HD Bricked bootloader not loading and cannot connect to pc need help

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11th April 2014, 04:06 AM   |  #1  
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Good day!

After searching everywhere in the web and using different methods, I decided to create an account and ask you guys how to solve my problem
Basically, I have a HTC Desire HD phone, this is unlocked, rooted and using cm-Jellytime_42_R11 ROM. I decided to change ROM and go back to Android Revolution. What I did first was I deleted a couple of folders in my clockwork folder, I deleted both backup to free space. Afterwards, I was trying to connect my phone to my laptop but to no avail (it only charged) then I decided to just boot into recovery. After a couple of tries trying to access and going to bootloader/recovery mode it just wont push through. So I decided to normal boot, then the phone won't boot anymore. It just hanged in the Jellytime loading screen.

Note: I removed the battery a couple of too many times since I was trying to boot into recovery.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me with this problem
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