I haven't had your problem, but I know of a good way to reburn your ROM. The installer utility (http://www.openplug.org/index.php/us/resources/downloads?func=fileinfo&id=53
) will reflash the bootloader (uboot), kernel and filesystem. I've used it a number of times with good results. I reflash using a Linux host, but the documentation says the installer works on Windows as well (other users have reported success with a Windows host). It won't get you back to the original state, as the included files are more recent builds, but they have worked better than the originals for me (the originals had a number of warnings on power up, and they were probably 3-4 times slower to boot).