Hi, I recognize this is my first thread-- sorry if it's in the wrong area. Tonight I decided I wanted to root my Droid 1. I had the latest version of Froyo running-- totally stock-- and decided to follow the downgrade-to-root instructions posted here, which was linked in this post by the dev of Easyroot on how to do the downgrade root bit. I'm on a Mac but ran my windows emulation via Parallels and used RSDlite to install [mbm]'s hacked SBF file. This seemingly worked; the progress hit 100%, then the phone rebooted and... and nothing really worked. The phone would sketchily go to the home screen, but quickly it would give me some error about how the system wasn't working. It doesn't take a charge (whether plugged into my Macbook, or the wall), the LED is red, and neither OS X nor the slimmed-down version of Windows (it's not totally legit, so I'll let you guess as to what version I'm talking about ) would recognize the phone being connected via the USB cable-- the only way to do anything was with RSDlite. I freaked, decided I could live with losing data since I only had a few paid apps anyway, and went to the bootloader. It WAS, in fact, the [mbm] custom, but even after I wiped the phone, stuff doesn't change. I found the "Unbrick your Droid" JPEG method on this forum through a Google search-- it doesn't work on my...err...small version of Windows because of a lack of .NET functionality (tried to update it, still got the runtime error). Going to try it on my work laptop tomorrow, but for now-- can anyone help me? I would be eternally grateful. Thanks so much in advance.