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Crashinfo may not be recovered at flash:crashinfo

Hi,

Got a problem with my 1760 router. Bought it from ebay and booted it on today and got this error

% Crashinfo may not be recovered at flash:crashinfo

% This file system device reports an error

It has 180224K/16384K bytes of memory and 2 paritions of 32768K flash.

I erased both partitions and put a different version of the IOS on (still 12.4) and there is no difference, still get the errors.

Also in the running config I have:

partition flash 2 32 32

!

archive

log config

  hidekeys

These aren't on any of my other 1760 routers so I assume they are linked to the problem.

Does anyone have any solution/idea to fix this?

Thanks in advance.

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VIP Super Bronze

Crashinfo may not be recovered at flash:crashinfo

Hi,

Can you try deleting one if the flash partition and make it all one partition and load the IOS again.

See this link for instruction on how to delete the partition:

http://www.dslreports.com/faq/8683

HTH

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VIP Super Bronze

Crashinfo may not be recovered at flash:crashinfo

Hi,

Can you try deleting one if the flash partition and make it all one partition and load the IOS again.

See this link for instruction on how to delete the partition:

http://www.dslreports.com/faq/8683

HTH

New Member

Crashinfo may not be recovered at flash:crashinfo

Thank you Sir, that seems to have fixed the 'problem'.

VIP Super Bronze

Crashinfo may not be recovered at flash:crashinfo

Glad to help Oliver.

Thanks for the rating

Reza

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