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Can't sideload//mount/see files. Soft bricked

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Default Can't sideload//mount/see files. Soft bricked

After flashing Revolution HD 71.1 ROM through CWM I proceeded to get stuck at the HTC logo screen, and cannot get passed it. I have flashed many roms in the past and hadn't changed anything, and this is coming off of Eragon ROM. I also was unable to even get into recover, it would show the CWM logo and then just restart the phone. I got TWRP working, but I'm still having some issues. I am unable to mount the sdcard, and no files are able to be seen on the sdcard.

When I try to sideload I get this error (some of it was cut off I put what I could):

E:Unable to mount '/data'
E:Unable to recreate /data/media folder.
Updating partition details...
E:Unable to mount '/cache'
E:Unable to mount '/data'
E:Unable to mount internal storage.
E:Unable to mount /data/media during GUI startup
E:Unable to mount '/cache'
E:TWFunc : : Copy_Log -- Can't open destination lo
E:Unable to mount '/cache'
E:Unable to mount /data/media/TWRP/.twrps when
E:Unable to mount '/data'
E:Unable to mount '/usb-otg'
E:Unable to mount '/usb-otg'
E:Unable to mount '/usb-otg'
E:Unable to mount '/usb-otg'
E:Unable to mount '/data'

I'm trying to get back to eragon ROM since I knew that worked, or anything really. I tried pushing the .zip file of the ROM through abd and while it did say the transfer completed, I was still unable to see the file in recovery. I'm unsure of what to do. after searching around some it may be a corrupt SD partition or something like that? I'm really unsure. Any help would be appreciated.
 
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flash twrp recovery 2.6.3.3
fastboot erase cache
fastboot reboot-bootloader
 
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flash twrp recovery 2.6.3.3
fastboot erase cache
fastboot reboot-bootloader
Seems switching from 2.6.3.0 to 2.6.3.3 did the trick.. odd. but awesome. thank you
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