2. CONNECT / AS SYSDBA
3. SHUTDOWN ABORT
4. STARTUP NOMOUNT
You'll have to perform a SHUTDOWN ABORT before you can startup the database in NOMOUNT mode. Then you should be able to perform a full restore of your database.
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