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Old 02-24-2005, 04:21 PM   #1
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XL80/Crossfire 8000 Ethernet Switch Corrupted

I have a Crossfire 8000/XL80, with a few blades in it. One of these blades is an ethernet switch.

My problem is that it seems the configuration is corrupted. Once the OS attempts to boot, it complains "NVRAM slotCfg area corrupt". Allowing it to continue has it attempting to load up its OS from '�', and at some point complains about an unknown interface with a similarly wrong name.

So, what I'm looking for is some way to fix this. Any ideas? Suggestions on directions to look? Anything?


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