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WS-C6509-E not supporting 256 MB disk. upon inserting message pops up but "no such device" error comes when runing "sh disk0/1:"

WS-C6509-E not supporting 256 MB disk. upon inserting message pops up but "no such device" error comes when runing "sh disk0/1:"

SUP = 720 and 720-3B

00:08:03: %FILESYS-SP-5-DEV: PCMCIA flash card inserted into disk1
Router#
Router#
Router#
Router#sh disk1
%Error show disk1: (No such device)
Router#

 

Its working fine with 128 MB Disk

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

There's a possibility that

There's a possibility that your PCMCIA card you're using either is dead, non-Cisco or not-standard.

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thanks :) but my 128MB disk

thanks :) but my 128MB disk is working fine in both SUP and both slots..

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but my 128MB disk is working

but my 128MB disk is working fine in both SUP and both slots..

And this only proves that the PCMCIA slot is not at fault.  So this means that:

  • 256mb PCMCIA card is dead; or 
  • 256mb PCMCIA card is not standard (non-Cisco)

 

I do not believe the 256 mb PCMCIA card is not working because it's not formated.  Even if it's not formated properly the error message would've been different.

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