Look on the flash (dir flash:) and see if there is a crashinfo file. If there is, use the "more flash:filename" command where filename is to be replaced with the crashinfo name. Send it to me at email@example.com and I will take a look at it.
I have other similar boxes (both HW & IOS version), but so far this is the only box that exhibit this symptom and error message. Do you strongly believe that upgrading the IOS will resolve this problem? Please advise.
There is a possibility that the IOS is the problem and therefore, it's always worth a shot to try a different IOS. However, if that does not fix it, you may have some faulty hardware which you will need to systematically troubleshoot for.
I suggest that you start with an IOS upgrade, though.
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