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3511 MCU not booting

I have a 3511 MCU in my lab which will not boot. I suspect it may be a hardware problem but I don't have much experience with this device.

Here's what I get when it boots:

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CPU : MPC755

VxWorks Version : 5.5

BSP version : 1.86.1D

Created : Aug 15 2004, 17:59:05

WDB : Not included

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-> Boot line: motfcc(0,0)rvhost: e=10.2.30.99:FFFFFF00 g=10.2.30.254 o=±

ViaIP MPC755_MPC8260.

BSP version VER_2_0_1REV 1.0

Memory Size: 128 MBytes.

HW Version:0x3

bspSetRoutingTable: Error in routeAdd.

BSP_EXC: Exception hook added

calling Pre Startup ...

MEMORY OK (address: 0x0 - 0x3000)

calling Main Application ...

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The last MCU config burn operation wrong: WARNING

Retrieved old volume params with %75 confidence:

Volume Parameters: FAT type: FAT16, sectors per cluster 255

255 FAT copies, 0 clusters, 65535 sectors per FAT

Sectors reserved -1, hidden -1, FAT sectors 16711425

Root dir entries -1, sysId (null) , serial number ffffffff

Label:" " ...

Disk with 512 sectors of 512 bytes will be formatted with:

Volume Parameters: FAT type: FAT12, sectors per cluster 1

2 FAT copies, 500 clusters, 2 sectors per FAT

Sectors reserved 1, hidden 0, FAT sectors 4

Root dir entries 112, sysId VXDOS12 , serial number ffffffff

Label:" " ...

************* LOGGER VERSION: 1.21 *************

Initializing RVLogger System...

VxWorks (for ViaIP MPC755_MPC8260) version 5.5.

Kernel: WIND version 2.6.

Made on Aug 15 2004, 17:59:05.

Boot line:

motfcc(0,0)rvhost: e=10.2.30.99:FFFFFF00 g=10.2.30.254 o=±

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