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thread569-1629950: Extreme Summit X450a-24t boot problem

This is the same issue as the one reported here: https://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=162995...

Following up on the same post above, I have a X460-48p that fails to boot. Can any one help please?

I have a Extreme Summit X460-48p switch and it stopped working since yesterday. When I restart the switch looks like it couldn't find the Boot Image and goes to BootRom prompt.

Extreme Networks
................................................................

* Summit X460 *
Version 1.0.2.2 by release-manager on Tue 10/31/06
Copyright 2003-2006, Extreme Networks, Inc.


Press and hold the <spacebar> to enter the bootstrap.

Starting Default Bootloader ...




Extreme Networks
................................................................




Running POST... PASSED

Version 1.0.2.2 by release-manager on Tue 10/31/06
Copyright 2003-2006, Extreme Networks, Inc.


Press and hold the <spacebar> to enter the bootrom.

/dev/fat/wd0a/VMLINUX: No such file or directory

BootRom >

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