3560 - Loaded IOS File for Wrong Model - No Prompt
I was given a 3560 switch on which the bin was deleted and would not boot. I was also supplied a binary that was (I later found) incorrectly marked, and was actually for a 3500XL. I loaded the binary using the xmodem process and booted to it. Now I cannot get a prompt or any break options to work. The standard break options do not seem to work during boot. After it starts to load the binary, the process hangs and I cannot get a prompt or break to work. Does anyone have any ideas on how to either break or get a prompt to replace the file with a valid one?
I have tried all of the standard break key sequences, different terminal programs, etc. I have also tried to hold the mode button during boot to get a switch prompt.
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