This is my second time rooting my Gen1 Kindle Fire. (The first time was very successful but stupid me, I went back to factory settings for no good reason). From KF's updated software (6.3.2) I used Kindle Fire Utility 0.9.9, to install TWRP 2.6 and other google apps. I loaded TWRP and cleared cache etc. I then installed the new CM 10.1 SGT 7 rom. When i rebooted the KF, i didnt get the option to boot into twrp. What happens now is, it shows the orange Kindle Fire boot screen, and then continues to the CM10.1 boot screen. I may have installed CM10 over the KF software somehow. Now, my PC recognizes it as a Kindle Fire when I plug in the USB but there's an error in the device manager. Basically, KFU doesn't recognize it's a Kindle anymore. When I try to reboot it in recovery mode, it just does a regular reboot. Nothing about my KF looks like there's twrp installed in the background. I can't access it no matter what. I tried sideloading Google Play and installing the TWRP Manager app but that doesn't do anything at all. I feel like my KF is going to be stuck like this forever. Any way to hard reset everything without TWRP? I have the proper "update.zip" file on the sdcard but I can't access any way to Wipe it and Install it. Just so you know, the kindle isn't bricked it just seems like it's permanently stuck the way it is and my PC won't recognize its harddrive via USB. (When I plug my KF into my PC, the Kindle Fire drivers get an error so i change it into an Android ADB Composite device. It still won't recognize the device properly. When I open up the console and try "adb devices" nothing shows as connected. I've installed the SDK and changed the files but it's the same thing. All that to say, the KFU no longer recognizes when the KF is plugged in.) Any suggestions?