the NV in nvflash stands (likely) for nvidia, NV is what they use if they need to prefix something,
one example are opengl extensions, any nvidia specific extenstion is:
gl_nv_* and the nv is removed when it become fully standardized.
It could stand for non voliatile, but that term isnt really used anymore as nv memory is rather vague now, as it could be anything from e/p/p/rom to flash memory
First, are you using an original Dell charger? Most phone/tablet chargers on the market don't supply the necessary voltage/amperage to force begin-charging. If you're using a different charger, that may be your problem (battery totally dead) - I can't find a source for a firstname.lastname@example.orgA charger, but I did find that I can charge my Streak with an iPad charger (email@example.comA)
If you're using the stock charger or an iPad charger, does the Power LED turn on when you plug it in?
If it comes up solid red, you need to let it charge.
If it comes up solid orange or green, you're charged, and it may be the video cable's come loose/undone, so there's just no further indications when you power it on.
If it comes up flashing red, leave your streak plugged in and push the reset pin button. From that point, it should come up solid red (let it charge before trying to boot)
If it doesn't turn on at all, you may have a damaged charging port (VERY common issue) or a shorted motherboard (not as common but too common for my taste).
Try the above and let us know.
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Yes, the NV in NVFlash stands for NVidia - NVFlash is only used for download mode flashing of boards with NVidia chipsets - for comparison, ODIN is applicable to other chipsets flashing download mode...
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