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First, yes I searched every single newsgroup, mailing list and tortured
Google(tm) for a week now. I don't like to give up, but this one is a
bugger.

I have done this many times in the past, which is why at last resort I
think it may be a hardware problem in the Origin 200. Hopefully not. I
take a HD with a fresh install of IRIX 6.5.27m from an Octane2 and put
it in the Origin 200. All the times past, it boots right up without a
problem. Now I get this message:

System Maintenance Menu

1) Start System
2) Install System Software
3) Run Diagnostics
4) Recover System
5) Enter Command Monitor

Option? 1

Starting up the system...


Cannot load dksc(0,1,0)unix.
Range check failure: Section start 0xa800000020010000, size 0x544680.
Section would overwrite an already loaded program.
Unable to execute dksc(0,1,0)unix: not enough space


Autoboot failed.
dksc(0,1,0)unix: not enough space.

Hit Enter to continue.

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If I boot manually from SASH, I get this:

>> ls

dksc(0,1,8)/:
sash ide
dksc(0,1,0)/:
.. .. .desktophost dumpster Desktop .desktop-IRIS mnt etc usr hw
var
dev lib ns opt sbin stand 0esp lib32 lib64 root proc hosts bin
..cshrc .login .profile .varupdate unix debug .wshttymode
..Sgiresources
tmp core

>> boot -f dksc(0,1,8)sash

896+111704+16853+3848 entry: 0xa8000000012a6ea8
Standalone Shell SGI Version 6.5 ARCS Jan 6, 2005 (64 Bit)
sash: boot -f dksc(0,1,0)unix

Cannot load dksc(0,1,0)unix.
Range check failure: Section start 0xa800000020010000, size 0x544680.
Section would overwrite an already loaded program.
Unable to execute dksc(0,1,0)unix: not enough space
Unable to load dksc(0,1,0)unix: not enough space

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The NVRAM is configured correctly, and is not any different from the
past succesful efforts. I have read that using a disk from different IP
levels (IP30 -> IP27 in this case) but this has never been a problem
with this configuration. I've even swapped some of the RAM with no
change in results. Anybody have some advice? Thanks for any help folks.


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Randal T. Rioux | Procyon Labs
IT Security R&D and Consulting
Virtual: www.procyonlabs.com
Physical: DC / Baltimore
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