I have a 2000-300 Server which I run both NT and VMS.
After a recent upgrade to Backoffice 1.5 from NT
Workstation 3.5, I inadvertantly allowed the NT disk
administrator to "mark" my VMS boot disk.
Now I can't boot VMS, as it fails with a checksum error
84. Does this mean I have to rebuild my VMS disk again,
or is this a recoverable situation ?
The Answer is:
I believe the disk can be recovered by booting standalone DCL from your
OpenVMS distribution disk and running SYS$SYSTEM:WRITEBOOT against the
affected disk. If this doesn't work, I guess you'll have to restore