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dandehan
08-19-2003, 12:07 AM
Help!

Monte bash was working great for a few weeks. No problem. Changed out a card and did a reboot and the hdvr2 gets stuck at "powering up" . Terminal output shows the following:

read_sector got timeout
diskboot failed to read block 3016
Ram size = 64
Service number is XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
What is password?

What password does it want?

Any idea what is going on?

Maybe a the HD is going bad?

Thanks

rbivins
01-09-2005, 11:29 PM
My DTiVo is now stuck on Powering up. Telnet shows:

Output enabled
Ram size = 64
Service number is xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
What is password?

Any ideas? I don't get any errors. This is my total output.

Thanks in advance!

PlainBill
01-09-2005, 11:38 PM
My DTiVo is now stuck on Powering up. Telnet shows:

Output enabled
Ram size = 64
Service number is xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
What is password?

Any ideas? I don't get any errors. This is my total output.

Thanks in advance!

Wait a while before hitting 'Enter'

PlainBill

PixelFreak
01-14-2005, 10:35 PM
Wait a while before hitting 'Enter'

PlainBill

Waited 8 minutes...how long is a "while"?

Starting to lose my cool here...the difference is that I also have a first line that says:
"Boot failure reason=60"

Any ideas?

PlainBill
01-14-2005, 10:48 PM
Waited 8 minutes...how long is a "while"?

Starting to lose my cool here...the difference is that I also have a first line that says:
"Boot failure reason=60"

Any ideas?

Yeah, I have an idea you made a mistake. Reason=60 means the kernel fails the signature check - corrupted, missing, etc. No need to start over, just review where you copied the kernel to the boot partition.

PlainBill

PixelFreak
01-14-2005, 11:12 PM
Yeah, I have an idea you made a mistake. Reason=60 means the kernel fails the signature check - corrupted, missing, etc. No need to start over, just review where you copied the kernel to the boot partition.

PlainBill

Hehe, I get the feeling I am chasing you from thread to thread here...sorry.

I don't understand what you mean by "review where you copied the kernel to the boot partition". As of right now, I am locked out of the system via serial bash - I can't get past "What is password?" to make any type of changes...

*sigh* I think I really did myself in this time.

PixelFreak

PlainBill
01-15-2005, 06:06 AM
Hehe, I get the feeling I am chasing you from thread to thread here...sorry.

I don't understand what you mean by "review where you copied the kernel to the boot partition". As of right now, I am locked out of the system via serial bash - I can't get past "What is password?" to make any type of changes...

*sigh* I think I really did myself in this time.

PixelFreak

(Sigh) Stick to one thread. Some of us have all available memory capacity tied up remembering solutions, we don't keep track of who did what to their Tivo. I'm scanning new messages, maybe I'll come across the other thread.

PlainBill