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Cisco Catalyst 3500XL Series config.text corrupted !!!!!

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I'm currently dealing with two Cisco Catalyst 3500 XL Series. While configuring it using Hyperterminal via console port, I somehow play around with the flash.

The "config.text" get corrupted. It became a "directory" instead !!!!
(I really wonder how a file can became a dir ???)

I tried out some way to restore the original setting. But I am quite new to it and don't really know how to do that !!!

Can any expert pls kindly suggest any way to solve my problem ? 10 Q
(^o_o^)

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Only one of the 3500's config file got corrupted.
The other one is still ok !

For the one with the corrupted config file, it can never start up properly
(keep on looping before cannot load the correct config file) !!!

Pls help !!!
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This link should show you how to work with the files on the flash and replace them if you have to.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/10.html#2a
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I've finally manage to load a new IOS onto the 3500XL using Xmodem.

Anyway, hope to consult you if I encounter any other problems next time.

:)
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