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    Rooted but can't boot into recovery

    I have been rooted from the beginning and have flashed numerous Roms without any problem, but suddenly when I try to do anything in ROM Manager I get the error "An error occurred while attempting to run privileged commands!" My drawer is still showing Superuser Permissions and I'm pretty sure my overclocking is still in effect, but am unable to reboot into recovery, flash a new rom, or anything of the sort.

    Does anyone know the solution or where to find the solution to this problem?

    Thank you.
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    First thing I would do is go into ROM manager and in I believe its setting choose fix permissions. Give that a try and let us know.

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    I'm getting the same error when I press Fix Permissions. Just a little extra info... I'm running FRG22D. I'm not sure if the problem is due to that. I think I came from the last Bugless Beast before the 2.2 builds. Hope this helps. Thanks for the help.
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    So you're saying that the last bugless you ran was a 2.1 build? The next thing is to try and flash an older version of clockwork.

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    Same problem. I am getting the error for everything in ROM Manager top to bottom. I can download a ROM but as soon as I get past the "Wipe/Backup Option" screen I get the error.
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    Did you run an update.zip? Like a stock frg22d vzw update?
    Sounds like you lost root.
    If you have terminal type su and see if the $ changes to #.

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    I'm assuming then that you've tried flashing SPRecovery then. If not try that, I tend to stick to SPR myself. Ill do some looking around and see if I can find another solution in the meantime.

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    When I type su into terminal I get suermission denied and then the $ prompt. I got to this version through ROM Manager. I downloaded the 'Verizon Droid 2.2 FRG01B" image under 'Stock Images' chose SuperUser 2.2 as an option. I still have SuperUser. When I open it, it says that it is giving permissions to SetCPU and ROM Manager. I tried to press ROM Manager in Superuser and Forget the permissions and then re-permit ROM Manager but this didn't help.
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    I did try to flash SPRecovery but it won't let me. Also, even if I try to manually boot into recovery (power on while holding X) it just gives me a screen with a triangle with an exclamation point and a picture of a droid (i assume this is an error window) and the only way I can bypass this is to do a battery pull and reboot.
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    That screens isn't an error screen. That's the stock screen which means that you've lost root.

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