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PIX 515 Failed 6.3(5) Upgrade

All,

I've got a PIX 515. Prior to my attempt to upgrade, it was running 6.3(3). I tried loading 6.3(5) but get the following after doing an upgrade:

Writing 1978424 bytes image into flash...

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imgsum_config: sumval(0xbd0d) md5(0x525ac23a 0x029b65fa 0x9b9c1ed3 0x6f7c4cad)

imgsum_verify: chksum(0x0 ) md5(0x6f1386a2 0xb2882bd3 0xa13068e4 0xaea788fc)

Checksum verification on uncompressed PIX image failed.

Rebooting....

PIX BIOS (4.0) #38: Tue Apr 27 12:45:23 PDT 1999

timhahn@irp-view5:/vws/dry/timhahn/trunk/loader

Platform PIX-515

Flash=i28F640J5 @ 0x300

Use BREAK or ESC to interrupt flash boot.

Reading 1974784 bytes of image from flash.

#################################################################################################################

imgsum_config: sumval(0xbd0d) md5(0x525ac23a 0x029b65fa 0x9b9c1ed3 0x6f7c4cad)

imgsum_verify: chksum(0x0 ) md5(0xd1983a4a 0x1bb3c302 0x84891542 0xcfe7c4c9)

Checksum verification on uncompressed PIX image failed.

I can load older images, such as 6.2(4), which work just fine.

I've downloading the 6.3(5) image twice to ensure that it's not the file that's bad.

I've also tried installing using copy tftp flash and from monitor mode. Both have the same effect.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: PIX 515 Failed 6.3(5) Upgrade

I also just erased the flashfs using erasedisk, with the same results. 6.2(4) is the highest that I can seem to go.

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