Evening all.... Just like to say fantastic site you have going here. Okay so I've managed to brick my new Disgo 7000 tablet. It is stuck on the initial switch on screen with the three dancing androids. I've taken the thing apart in search of an actual internal SDcard in hopes of cloning partitions from a working version and come to the conclusion that the internal storage it is built into the motherboard (Labelled P799ram ver3.0) I have tried to do the recovery mode (Menu Back and Power) it goes through the process says recovery okay reboots and goes straight back to Dancing Androids no further. Holding home and powering on comes up "Unexpected updater mode!" usb connections just come up as the two empty external drives (Udisk2 and sdcard1) but nothing is accessible even with card inserted no idea what this mode is or how to use it. From what I have determined the thing will not connect using IUW using a USB cable have tried force installing OTG drivers on the Unknown Device that pops up when started when holding the menu button and causes BSOD every time on multiple computers running multiple versions of Windows. So that leaves me with creating a sdcard boot disk. Using method of cloning starting sector with Winhex and formatting to FAT32 and copying update files to android folder results in system coming up saying burning new image then burning complete instantly not making any difference to the bootability of this thing. I managed to get my hands on someone else's and hwver from /proc/cmdline comes up as 18.104.22.168 which yields no results on the search screen. So downloading random firmwares now and burning to sdcard comes up that the Wrap is not intended for this product. So now I'm stuck.... I'm in process of downloading Ubuntu into a virtual machine to test the ius repacking tools (no linux experience so could be fun) but I believe without a proper hwver number (or atleast the last three) I've got a thousand to one chance of getting the wrap to be recognised by the device and then hope that the image I'm guessing on installing may actually fix the thing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.