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Default [Q] Help ! Urgent ! Bootloop after factory reset

Currently on CM6 , after I clear dalvik-cache , cache , factory reset and try to reboot , it just continue at bootloop . What should I do ?
 
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Try booting without the sdcard.
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Tried ... but no use . Let me explain in details :
1) I boot to OR , clear dalvik-cache , clear cache , factory reset > power off
2) I use mini partition wizard to format my sdcard ext2
3) I boot to OR , convert ext2 to ext4 > factory reset> reboot
4) Its having bootloop

Pls help ...
 
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After I reflash the rom and factory reset , it works now now going to flash theme , hopefully everything goes fine
 
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Which's rom you're using? U should try this boot fix ^^!
http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...3&d=1332943878
 
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My xt720 don't need a bootfix for cm6 . I was able to "escape" from the bootloop yesterday and now everything goes just fine . Thanks for your reply anyway .
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