No it's not fixable you want to sell the lot to me for $200 :)
Jokes apart, it'sfixable, connect the phones to a PC with TFTP32 installed, download the FW (any version) for 7970 from CCO and put in the TFTP32 directory. In TFTP32, set optiopn 150 to be same PC address.
As you run the SW you will see the phones DHCP, then FTFP for term70.default.loads etc ..
You also might want to try a factory reset of the phone. Unplug the phone, hold down the # key and plug it back in. When the lights on the line keys start to flash, release it. Then while the line lights are flashing key in: 123456789*0#
Let the phone go as it will go through the factory reset process and don't interrupt it until its done.
mhendren925, what you describe was part of the solution. But it required our net admins to first set up a switch to run DHCP and TFTP (I think; this is above my pay grade) to allow the firmware to install.
Thanks again to all, especially PB for getting us on the right track.
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