Thanks for providing output analysis page, and also the console output information with traceback information.
1) While the output interpreter correctly decoded back the traceback information provided you the related bugs. One thing to note here is that CSCdy68195 was fixed in "12.2(17a)SX & 12.1(19.4)E" as shown in the fixed in column of output interpreter analysis page. I see that your 76xx platform is running a image later than this i.e. "12.2(33)SRD4". So i feel you might be looking at a different issue.
2) Also based on the console log information, i see that your SP booted fine properly, and it was trying to load your RP as seen from (Changing console ownership to switch processor). This message mean your RP fail to boot successfully.
3) Are you trying to load an image for the first time on this router or was it working before ? If you cannot load any image then it might be very likely that you might have a bad cpu daughter card.
I dont think there is a CLI to check this from the rommon because of the presence of both SP/RP complexity (I confirmed this from an engineer who worked on this platform).
If you are not able to load any image on the router (previously working image etc), might be chance that RP got broken.
You may want to check if you can do a RMA on the router, then one can do some diags to check what is wrong with the hardware.
I hope this information helps to answer your question. While i encourage to continue to post your questions in Bug Toolkit forum, i also recommend to reach out to the technology forums under "Network Infrastructure" to get additional details.
Please note that the BTK team's who monitors this community has focus on tool specific and not IOS technology specific. We will do all we can to assist, but the technology specific forums might get you your platform specific questions answered faster.
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