these switch offen gets hanged when i was going through the document i found that i need to make the regester value to defoult i.e 0x2101 but i am not able to do that it does not go into the roman mode by ctrl+break, it does not work with mode button also please let me know what i need to do for that.
After reading your "show version" output i have 2 interesting information: Read the same and take necessary Actions:
WARNING: The BREAK-KEY function is enabled.
INFO: The router will interpret a press of the console terminal's BREAK-key
(or the sending of a BREAK signal) as a command, forcing the system into ROM MONITOR
TRY THIS: To disable the BREAK-KEY function, enter configuration mode and reset
the configuration register with the 'config-register' command. Set the 8th low-order
bit (from the right) of the register to a binary 1. (You'll have to convert the
final register value from binary to hexadecimal (0xABCD) for the 'config-register' command.) Then, reload the router.
WARNING: On power-up or reload, if an error occurs with it's prescribed IOS boot
method(s), this router will not boot into the fall-back (reduced) IOS image stored
on ROM (sometimes called ROM-boot or boot-strap mode)
TRY THIS: To restore the router's fall-back ROM-boot to default function, enter
configuration mode and reset the configuration register with the 'config-register' command. Set the 13th low-order bit (from the right) of the register to binary 0. (You'll have to convert the final register value from binary to hexadecimal
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