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No I cannot enter any command in the boot prom. It will not let me see where I type on the screen at the ok prompt. So what do I do to fix it? I typed boot CDROM -s and let it go overnight and do not read this CD-ROM at all. Any suggestions would be appreciated greatly.
it is not excepting keyboard input. The only input I can do is stop-a. So how do I fix it? Do I need to format the drive and start over? Please help men do not want to trash this machine or sell it
Instead of buying a serial cable for the machine, I think it would be much more worth your while to try and find the manual for the EEPROM version that is on that machine; I cannot remember how, but there is a command (or two) that you can type in at the "ok" prompt to change its boot priorities.