[Q] Successful CM10 install, now can't boot from SD
After succesfully burning and running the img from iamafanof.wordpress jellybean-android-4-3-for-nook-tablet. I decided I wanted to have more control over partition size etc and load a ROM from an SD card instead.
So I followed or at least thought I followed the instructions here. iamafanof.wordpress how-to-guide-bootable-cm7cm9cm10-sdcard-for-nook-tablet. However, I thought I was creating a bootable SD card with the ROM on it, but I installed the ROM on the internal nook memory by mistake. The nook tablet runs CM10 well.
The issue is I intended to be able to switch from CM10 on the SD card to the Nook OS like I could originally with the SD card img I mentioned previously. I cannot get the Nook Tablet 8gb to boot from the SD card. I only get CyanaBoot with the options to boot internet or boot internal recovery. The recovery options does nothing and the internal boot takes me into CM10. The SD options are greyed out. I have tried probably 5 different SD boot images including 2 that I know have worked previously. Also tried 3 different SD cards 2 of which I know worked previously. I am powering completely off and then plugging in USB to turn back on as described through the forum. I have tried using the Nook Recovery and it goes through the steps it looks as if it restoring to original state, but it only restores CM10 to original state.
My question is how to I get my Nook to boot to SD or can I somehow use my working CM10 ROM to get things restored to original NOOK OS. My goal is to wipe the Nook clean and go back to original state and then correctly create a CM10 SD boot card. I am a newbie to the Nook, but feel like I have explored all of the most easy to find options on the this forum to fix this.