I was in the process of upgrading the firmware in an old DECpc AXP 150
that I've got lying around so that it would boot Linux, and ran into a bit
of a problem.
It seems that, after the initial firmware upgrade process (which was done in
ARC I think),
the system asked to be rebooted and then fed the EISA configuration disk.
however, the system just boots with ARC and then sits there, and doesn't
give me the menu
that I expect it to.
Is there any way that I can possibly restore it? I've tried unplugging the
battery powering the
CMOS, though that hasn't worked. Are there any other things I could try?