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You may need to do a "Low level disk initialization", but I never did it before. I know IBM can recover the qsecofr, but I think they loose everything in the disk, and probably will be expensive.

Dusty Lela wrote:

Hey, I have an old AS/400 I got that way. Model 300.
V2R1, I think. It powers up, I get a console green
screen to sign on, but the QSECOFR password is not the
default. Neither is Qsysopr or qsecadm. With V5R3 I
can use the default 1111111 as it boots up, but this
box is way back on the OS. Any help or ideas? It is a
nice little box but I am unable to sign on!

Dusty L.

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