First time poster here hoping someone may be able to point me in the right direction. I received my G Tablet from woot yesterday. I'm not the most tech savvy person out there, but spent the last week reading forums in preparation. Still a little weak when using the proper terminology. I'll summarize where I am at the top here, and detail what i did to get there below for people who don't want to read further. Sorry for the length, I just wanted to be as detailed as possible. Thanks for any help! Currently when I turn on my tablet, it gets stuck on the 3 birds. I can boot into CWM, but every ROM that I've tried to install, I end up getting stuck at the 3 birds again. I have a tablet with CWM, but no data on it as far as I can tell due to my steps below. I'm not sure what direction to take next. My ultimate goal is to have my tablet running CM7, have full google apps access, and be able to use Netflix. I am willing to try to get it back to stock and start over, I just don't know where to begin. I'm afraid to use nvflash until someone says I have to, as I don't want to cause unrepairable damage. I'm hoping that I'm just missing a simple step and can try again. Like I mentioned, I'm still learning. ______________________________________________________________ Here's what I've done to this point, starting from the unboxing: 1. Checked to see what bootloader version I received. I was shipped 1.2-4349, so I downgraded to 1.1-3588 using the 4349 Downgrade. When done, i checked settings and everything was as it should be. Played with it, all seemed well. The directions I followed were from [STICKY][ATTN] - 3991 and 4349+ VIEWSONIC-RECALLED BOOTLOADER INFO here - UPD 5/8/11 - xda-developers 2. Next I installed CWM using gtab cwm v08 (internal). I unzipped on my computer and put the recovery folder and update.zip into the root directory of the tablet using the es file explorer, transferring from my mounted PC. I turned off, initiated a standard recovery using vol+ and power, it booted to home, all seemed well. Powered off, initiated recovery, and it loaded CWM (Top of menu says "ClockworkMod Recovery v188.8.131.52-bekit-0.8"). Directions I followed are here, starting at Installing ClockworkMod Recovery: [STICKY][ROM INFO] CM7 Nightlies Discussion - xda-developers 3. Next I continued following the instructions in the link above (Flashing CyanogenMod) I used the latest stable version (update-cm-7.0.3-Harmony-signed.zip). I placed it and the google apps.zip in the root folder, powered down, booted into cwm recovery, wipe data/factory reset. wipe cache partition, install zip from sd card, choose zip from sd card, select cm7 update.zip. I then without booting selected the g apps.zip and chose it (may be the cause of my original problem). Did a reboot and was now stuck at the 3 birds. In order to fix the problem (I may have screwed it up further) I followed instrctions here: [STICKY][GUIDE] Install ClockworkMod, a ROM, Flash Player, and the Market Fix - xda-developers I started on step 7 since I already had what I believe to be a working CWM. I partitioned SD card (2048, 0). I then used "mounts and storage", then "mount usb", then copied over the CM7 ROM I have listed above. I had to reboot system to get out of CWM recovery, powered off, reboot CWM. Then I mounted system data, install zip from sd, choose zip from sd, and picked my CM7 ROM. I then went to main menu, mounted sd and data again, wipe data/factory reset, rebooted to factory reset, let it sit for 20 minutes, but the birds were still there. From here, I just don't know what to do next. As far as I can tell, I have a tablet with CWM installed, and no data on it, and that's why it stays at the birds. I'm very hesitant about continuing to try different things in fear of making things worse. Any links or next steps or directions someone can suggest would be greatly appreciated as I've worn out the search button. Sorry again for the length. Thank you!