Ok. I have a droid x. I rooted with z4root. Downloaded and ran Bootstrapper, created backup, and then loaded liberty. Last night I decided to try to go back to froyo and make everything original. I flashed the nandroid and got froyo back up but 2 problems arose: the liberty boot image would still show up and was followed by the clockwork bootup (when liberty was running it would alos boot up in clockwork every time as well). I was able to make it stop booting in to clockwork by downloading a filemanager app and deleting and changing the name of a some logwrapper files. It is still booting with the liberty logo however. I am currently trying to reload liberty and here is where im stuck. for the record i am rooted still, confirmed by terminal when typing in "su" i get "#." I dont know if it was a good idea, but i erased cache and did data wipe to factory settings I re-downloaded bootstrapper to create a backup, ran it, bootstrapped recovery (replied Success) and rebooted recovery. If i remembre correct, the last time i did this it took me directly to clockwork, but now it is taking me to android system recovery mode. In android recovery mode, I get this message at the bottom "E: Cant open /cache/recovery/command." So the only thing I can do in recovery mode is apply sdcard:update.zip (which i tried but failed saying there was no such file in the directory), wipe data/factory reset, and wipe cache partition. I would like to get clockwork back but I don't know how. How else can i reload a rom. Please pardon my nooboisty. If I have not provided enough info its because I dont really have a decent understanging of this stuff yet and don't know what is relevant.