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Old 02-05-2007, 05:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I had to wipe my BlackBerry today using JL_Cmder, so I backed it up then wiped it. I went to reload the OS and once it reads connecting to boot rom I get a message that says unspecified error with the letter A and a bunch of zeros after it. Is this pearl bricked or is there a way to reload the OS onto it? If any of you BB gurus have any insight into this or can make any suggestions I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
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The exact message is:

Unable to complete the loading operation

Unspecified error encountered [A:0x00000001]
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Okay so after 6 tries and getting the same message I restarted my computer to see if that would help and no it didn't. 7 attempts and feeling very frustrated.

Then I unplugged the USB cable and plugged it into the USB outlet next to it and tried it and it worked. I was happy but still that was really strange... can anyone tell me as to what caused the unspeficied error to begin with? I'm totally confused as to what may have caused this
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Are you using a USB hub?
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My notebook has 2 USB ports in the back so I just used those as usual. One is for my BlackBerry and the other is for my card reader. When I switched the two around things worked which was odd since I have never had that issue with any of my BlackBerries over the past few years.
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