Today I decided to try out a new ROM on my LG Optimus 2x (P990), called ParanoidAndroid in hopes of getting no lag in Google Chrome (you really don't want to know how it's running at the moment). So I uploaded the ROM, new kernel and google apps to the external SD card, deleted everything else on it and started searching for ROM manager on my phone. It turned out that since the last time I've flashed my phone, I haven't installed ROM manager. Good, so I installed it off of Google Play and, very strangely, it said that ClockWorksMod wasn't installed, as well. I thought that it should've been there, but I installed it either way. Afterwards, when I tried to reboot into recovery from ROM manager, nothing happened. So I decided to turn off my phone and enter manually(vol+ + vol- + start button) and nothing happened, it didn't even start up. So I tried to boot normally and install Quick Boot, which doesn't glitch out like ROM manager, but guess what? When I turn on the phone, the CyanogenMod logo stays there loading and loading, so it's safe to say it froze. I tried restarting the thing but with no avail. Now, after waiting for it for roughly an hour, while playing Fire Emblem:Awakening, it has yet to boot. Just a side-note: The current ROM is CyanogenMod 10.1(t-build 4). Help?