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Sd: boot device not found mvme 166

My MVME 166 while booting from MC68040 prompt the error message :
EEPROM boot device ... sd(0,0,0)
sd : Device not found

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  • ajeeshn Jan 23, 2009

    already tried. nothing works out. it would be helpful if anyone provides an idea about how to program the flash memory from boot bug.

  • Anonymous Jan 23, 2009

    boot bug is the debugger environment. you can reprogram the flash memory or download the object code using bootbug.

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Sounds like you got a bad chip or chip is missing. I'm sure you already know what EEProm is, but I won't take that for granted. The EEProm is a non-volatile memory chip used to store small amounts of data. It will not be discarded when the power is tured off. So EEProm is used hold BIOS information. Also a Flash Drive is also considered to be EEProm. But for your case make sure all of the chips are seated properly.
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Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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    Randall Trahan Jan 23, 2009

    You'll have to enlighted me, what do you mean when you say "boot bug"...

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