Fatal USB Crash

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Sep 6, 2011 8:48:26 AM via App

It has been only a week since I bought my second android phone. I have used all other smartphone platforms in the past but only until recently, I have started using the android. This phone is from Micromax, an Indo-Chinese company you probably never heard of. It runs on android-2.1-update-1 (baseband version A60_I_TSACD044, kernal version 2.6.29-perfkernel@Micromax, if you ever require that information). One minus point, this handset does not let you update to the latest firmware.

A few days ago, I connected it to my laptop for the first time. It did connect. I did some transfers, and stuffs like that. It was hassle-free. Only yesterday when I tried it connect it again, the problem started. It would not connect. Everytime I plugged in the USB cable, the phone would crash and restart. I tried a lot of tricks but in vain. Then I got tired and left the phone to itself. I noticed then, after three successive restarts, the phone would display a black (frightening) terminal screen titled Android system recovery, and the following options in blue.

- reboot system now
- apply sdcard: update.zip
- wipe data/factory reset
- wipe cache partition.

And there was below the following information in yellow.

E: Can't find MISC:
E: Can't open /cache/recovery/command
E: Can't find MISC:
E: Can't find MISC:

Rebooting the system leads to nowhere. The problem is persisting. What should I do? Have any of you encountered this problem before? The phone otherwise runs smoothly. It happens only when connecting to my laptop. Please help. Thank you.