Nook Tablet: Doesn't Boot, Hold Charge, Etc.
I'll admit, I've been messing around a bit too much with the software/hardware of my Nook Tablet without any real prior knowledge, so this came of little surprise when it eventually stopped working. Originally, I had Rooted my Nook Tablet to expand on its capabilities, but wasn't satisfied; therefore I attempted to run CyanogenMod 10.1 on the Nook Tablet, but I realized (a little too late) that the version of ClockWorkMod I was running was too old to handle Android 4.1/4.2 Jelly Bean, which got the Nook stuck in a bootloop. Additionally, in the process I'd messed up the partition tables and they are no longer intact at all. I then proceeded here, to the XDA Forums, to find a potential solution, and found one that pretty much worked all the way up until I was physically restoring the partitions; I had ADB into the Nook and used a few partition images. After restoring the most important ones I went around to fix the others lesser ones, but the terminal on Linux said I'd run out of space.
After that the Nook had been shutdown with out fully restoring the partitions (probably leaving them corrupt, for all I know) and this is the end result:
1.) Nook cannot boot to any sort of recovery or operating system.
2.) Nook will not recognize and boot to an SD card upon start-up.
3.) Nook doesn't hold charge even though battery is tested and working.
4.) When Nook boots up, there is a large "N" logo and nothing else happens.
So the boot sequence is like this:
1.) Press power button; gives battery low/charge for 15 minutes error.
1.) Plug-in and charge for 15 minutes.
2.) Nook powers on and boots to "N" logo.
3.) Cannot do anything before/after.
Is there any way I can remedy this? Preferably I would like to restore the Nook Tablet to full working condition and restore the operating system to a stock ROM.
Note: I have a Nook Tablet 16 GB.