R8000 - Endless loop after installing Advanced Tomato 3.5-140

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siqueira
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R8000 - Endless loop after installing Advanced Tomato 3.5-140

Hello All,

I was using Tomato and my router had to be rebooted every 24h or so. Besides, it wasn't reaching the full spped of my internet. Then I decided to flash Advanced Tomato (3.5-140). First I reversed to factory firmware (latest version) w/o any problem. I tested internet speed and it reach the full download I have contracted. Then I followed the instructions to flash the basic AT firmware, which worked fine. The last step was to flash AIO 3.5-140 Adv.Tomato. After I did it, the router entered in an endless reboot. It's looping. I just can't access anything in it. I tried a hard reset, but it still keeps rebooting.

I need help to understand what happened and how to fix it.

Thanks in advance,

Paulo

datorexpert
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Same problem!

Same problem!
Antons solution?
/Thomas

datorexpert
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Same problem!

Same problem!
Anyone with a solution?
/Thomas

daddyreb
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Same problem. I just don't

Same problem. I just don't know where the code goes to erase nvram when the router is unresponsive. Just a continuous series of lights.

Ralph Bradsher

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