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Leo Laohoo Sat, 02/25/2012 - 14:14
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In ROMmon, use the command "format flash:".  The CF you are using is either not formatted correctly, failed or the CF slot has failed.


When you are done with that, follow this proceedure:  How to Download a Software Image to a Cisco 2600 via TFTP Using the tftpdnld ROMMON Command

antonkolev Sun, 02/26/2012 - 20:34
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I figure out the problem-  256 MB DRAM card maybe was faulted-- I was in the process to install more flash and more RAM - I change 3-4 compact flash cards- the same problem ,but when I remove the RAM card - the router booted normally

I tried to put the faulted card on different 1841 router and had the same problem including some ASCII code


I see you suggested to go in ROMMON mode- but the router even doesn't go to ROMMON mode

Anyway the problem is resolved and THANK you very much for your resonse

For other people with this or similar problem - check your DRAM card if you have one installed

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