Originally Posted by digixmax
I tried this method and still have not been able to create a bootable SD card. The CM7SD card would boot just fine, but it seems that making changes to the partitions on the card cause somehow rendered it unbootable.
Actually, I did it a little differently than I described. I put the cyanoboot (flashing_boot.img) on first to replace the one that came from team B. Then I booted to be sure that worked. It did, and I used cyanoboot to boot to cm7 since the partitions for Team B cm7 are the same. It worked. Then I did the partition 2, 3 and 4 deletions. Booted to cyanoboot to make sure I could still boot to that. It did. Then I expanded partition 1 (in my case to 11.7GB on my 16GB card). Booted again, it still worked. Then created partition 2 (450MB ext4), partition 3 (1100 MB ext4), partition 4 (Extended rest of sd), partition 5 (450 MB ext4 logical) and partition 6 (rest of extended ext4 logical). All the time making sure something I did did not prevent it from booting. And I always made sure the nook was powered off before attempting to boot.
I don't know if this procedure made a difference or not. I know how an SD is formatted makes a difference. That's why I was careful not to change the format of partition 1. I have read that each nook has it's own way of responding.
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