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Default [SOLVED] webOS DR hangs at 12% everytime

Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I've tried the Dr. on two different computers with no luck, it hangs at 12% every time. What got me here was -> ran preware this morning to speed up touchpad, ran uber kernal? to clock to 1.5 and tablet froze, charged all day, ran webos doc and hangs

I have a feeling i bricked the unbrickable :'(

ANY help would be appreciated, I loved this thing this morning, starting to hate it now... sigh
 
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On both comps are they the same browser? If so maybe try a different browser. Also not sure if you've done this but turn the device off completely and then turn it on holding the power plus vol. Up button and that will but you into recovery mode. Hope this helps. Just had to send mine off to HP for repairs because sound quit working. Lemme know.

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Have shut it down with power/center button and back on with power/up volume to get the usb prompt so webos doc will see it. webos doc runs find but hangs solidly at 12% every time. Running windows 7 on both machines unfortunately.
 
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Ok, try this go to palm.com/palmprofile and sign in with you sign in info you use on the tablet then click on get webos doctor and download that one from there. Also make sure device is not connected until it prompts you after dling the doctor and going through the setup.

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Ok downloaded from palm thought it seems I was using the version already, it did install some java stuff though. One note is that is I try to start the tablet normally I get the palm dot com/ROM message

Still completely hung up at 12% - Have a feeling "Hell hath no fury like a Touch pad scorned"
 
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Hmmm, yeah not sure what to tell you. Might got a defective one. Call HP and they can hopefully replace it for you.

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Mines doing the exact same thing right now. It's only two days old, this is insane.
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Insane is right mine is being shipped to HP as I type this for repairs because no sound, friggin sucks because I've only had it for about three days or so.

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Default I have figured out how to fix the WebOS Doctor / 12% issue!!!

It seems that this particular issue is revolving around an issue with "resizefat /dev/mapper/store-media" and the fact that the fat size is different than the backup.

I did a bit of research and came up with the following solution:

Run WebOS Doctor via CMD line "java -jar webosdoctorp302hstnhwifi.jar"

When the Dr. hangs up at 12% open novaterm and connect to your device

Then type the following command:

dosfsck -r /dev/mapper/store-media

And follow the prompts to correct the fat size to the backup

Now put your tablet back into recovery mode and re-run WebOS Doctor. The error where it is hanging up should be gone and the system will flash completely.

(Comments from attempts appreciated)

OK - I had an issue after running webos doc 3.0.2 so I ran 3.0.0 - after it finished I had to plug the tablet into a power outlet and let it charge for a bit before it let me set up the system. It was hung up at the stupid HP splash screen for maybe 5-10 minutes but once it charged I got the prompt to select a language.
 
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