I wasn't able to get it to flash the boot.img. Windows wouldn't recognize my phone when it was connected and sitting at the bootloader screen, and the fastboot commands wouldn't work when Windows recognized my phone in TWRP. At that point I tried flashing a zip of ClockworkMOD from my SD Card, but the fastboot commands were still unrecognized. Fortunately, I was then able to flash my most recent ROM from the CyanDelta folder and I am back in Android.
Originally Posted by Dees_Troy
If you first fix it by re flashing boot then try to get a log, then the log won't contain anything useful.
I told TWRP to copy the log file to the SD Card before I attempted to restore the boot.img, so hopefully it's useful. Sorry for not using pastebin, but it's blocked here:
Towards the bottom of the file I see these entries:
I:Backup command: 'dump_image recovery '/sdcard/TWRP/BACKUPS/<serial number removed by me>/CM10.1-N0208-02-11-2013//recovery.mtd.win''
mtd: read error at 0x00000000 (Out of memory)
mtd: read error at 0x00040000 (Out of memory)
mtd: read error at 0x00080000 (Out of memory)
mtd: read error at 0x000c0000 (Out of memory)
mtd: read error at 0x00100000 (Out of memory)
mtd: read error at 0x00380000 (Out of memory)
Maybe the nandroid backup was bad to begin with, and the restore problem wasn't with TWRP after all? I would have expected an error message if this was the case, but I don't know.