Tried a new kernel, phone became unresponsive. Next step?

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  1. NeoandGeo
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    I have Bugless Beast 0.4 running great on my Moto Droid, I tried ChevyNo1-1.0Ghz-lowV-7slot-update.zip but after a day or so and a scheduled reboot, my phone went into a boot loop, and when it finally came back up, had a red light, and said connect to charger. Phone was unusable.

    My question, what would be the next logical step kernel wise to try? I really like the speed and responsiveness of 1GHZ.

    Thanks
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    If you can't get it to boot normally, reboot into recovery, mount options, enable usb mass storage, d/l a new kernal, flash it, repeat if needed
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    Maybe give MV a try. You could also try ULV, but I'd think MV would be the next to try.
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    I've already restored and all of that and running back great with the 800mhz kernel. :) But I will keep the reflash in mind, would be quicker than a full restore.

    I'll give the MV a try.
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    Beat me to it!
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    Neither the ULV or the MV seemed to work. At least 800mhz works like a charm though.