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I really need some serious help here guys. Please!

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    I unlocked the bootloader on my HTC Rezound. I flashed CWM Touch with RecoverX. Then of course I did a complete wipe. I then flashed NeoMax ROM and rebooted. After staring at the load screen saying HTC Quietly Rooted for an hour, I pulled the battery and went back into the recovery. I tried to restore my phone with the backup I had created before I flashed the ROM. It keeps telling me that the sd card can't be mounted, therefore, will not backup. I'm stuck. I tried flashing the ROM another time but no luck. Can anyone please help me figure this out? I'm desperate!
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    Did you flash the kernel after the rom in fastboot?
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    I flashed A kernel. Not sure if it was the correct one or not.
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    The kernel I flashed was: Flashable_3.14.605.10_Kernel.zip
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    ^^^ This

    If you are unlocked but S-ON you need to flash the kernel manually. Most ROMs have very detailed instructions explaining that this needs to be done. The symptoms you describe are exactly what heppens if the kernel is incorrect.
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    Ok. I will go back and see if I can find the correct Kernel.
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    The kernel is normally found in the "rom".zip you downloaded as aka boot.img in Neo's ROM's. You need to extract it and flash in hboot
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    Ahhh. Ok. I will try that. I wasn't sure if it was tied up in the ruu global file or not.
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    Each rom will have a specific kernel typically. If you ever flash an ruu remember to relock the bootloader first!
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    which file is it? Is it the boot. Img or the installbusybox file?
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    After reading your pm I think your running into problems because your firmware is the latest global update from Verizon and the rom neo max you were trying to install is meant for the last official ics release . Try installing a different rom like
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2262012
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    You also want to replace CWM with AmonRa if you plan on backing up ever. AmonRa is the only recovery that works properly
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    +++1

    Twrp is also working well... Several Rezound devs are starting to use this recovery with their ROM's in conjunction with goomanager. Nandroid manager is another nice app that works well with Twrp backups.
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    Are there any instructions for installing this rom anywhere?
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    Also, the ROM you refered to states that S-OFF is prefered. I am S-ON. Will that matter too much?
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    It just means that after you flash the rom.zip in recovery you have to manually flash the kernel aka boot.img, found in the rom.zip, while in hboot.

    I downloaded the rom and can confirm it is there.

    Put the boot.img in the same location you put the unlocktoken to unlock the bootloader

    Fastboot command from command prompt on pc

    Fastboot flash boot boot.img

    while connected to your pc via usb with the phone in fastboot
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    Sounds easy enough, but here is my problem, I can't get adb to recognize my device in the command box. So I can't even flash AmonRa recovery. I can't find any way to flash it other than from the PC. What kind of problems will I run into if I try to flash it with CWM Touch?
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    From the man
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    Will do.
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    I'm getting nothing except frustrated. I open my phone in fastboot then open the command window. I type fastboot devices and get nothing. I put my phone in recovery mode and type in adb devices and it shows up. I then type fastboot devices and all it says is waiting on device. I cannot figure out how to flash anything from the PC. I'm thinking this was a really bad idea on my part. It frustrates me to no end because I rooted my nexus 7 with no problems whatsoever. Somebody may just have to walk me through this. Sorry to keep bothering you all.
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