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Error message at booting 7206

I just got a 7206 with the following configuration:

2 1-Fast Ethernet portadaptors

1 4-Ethernet portadaptor

1 4-Serial portadaptor

48MB RAM

8 MB RAM

and i get the following message as soon as i boot it up...and the message keep on repeating itself and nothing else ever comes up.

any ideas please??

HERE'S THE MESSAGE:

System Bootstrap, Version 12.0(19991120:010612) [nlaw-conn_4xe_ECC 112], DEVELOE

Copyright (c) 1994-1999 by cisco Systems, Inc.

*** Software NMI ***

PC = 0xbfc0c678, SP = 0x00100124

*** System Error Interrupt (IBIT6) ***

int_stat register = 0x7e

OIR event on swappable port adaptor(s)

PC = 0xbfc041f8, Cause = 0x4000, Status Reg = 0x3041d003

ROM Monitor Can Not Recover From Exception

A Board Reset Is Issued

*** Software NMI ***

PC = 0xbfc0c678, SP = 0x00100124

*** System Error Interrupt (IBIT6) ***

int_stat register = 0x7e

OIR event on swappable port adaptor(s)

PC = 0xbfc041f8, Cause = 0x4000, Status Reg = 0x3041d003

ROM Monitor Can Not Recover From Exception

A Board Reset Is Issued

and the samething over and over again...

I've taken out each port adaptor one by one until there was nothing in there, but still same thing.

I also took out the memory cards and same thing.

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2 REPLIES
New Member

Re: Error message at booting 7206

Hi,

why dont you go into Rommonitor mode and check the value of the config-register

Thanks

kanwaljeet

New Member

Re: Error message at booting 7206

Looks like you have problems with memory. First chekc if you received the box with IOS image loaded.

If not you need to follow special procedure to load the IOS for the first time into the memory. From Cisco Web Site check Rom monitor and use TFTP download command.

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