Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Cisco 1250 Series Access Point, Cisco Access Point, Cisco Configuration, Cisco errors, Cisco Tips, corrupted IOS, How to repair corrupted IOS in Cisco 1250 access point, IOS Upgrade, The system is unable to boot automatically because there are no bootable files, Wireless
These days we are upgrading the IOS for all Cisco 1250 Series Wireless Access Points. So far we don’t have any wireless management software or control cards. We are force to upgrade an IOS of each and every individual access point.
One of our aspiring, vibrant colleagues deleted the flash contents of the Cisco 1250 Series Access Point accidentally. He tried to repair but he had no clue what to do. He tried to find out a way but it was fruitless. After the IOS was deleted in the Cisco 1250 Series Access Point it was not booting and he was getting the following error.
The system is unable to boot automatically because there are no bootable files.
In upcoming post I will post a solution to how to upload an IOS in the corrupted Cisco 1250 Access Point.
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