Started by Xious, January 07, 2012, 05:58:44 am
Quote from: Xious on January 07, 2012, 05:58:44 amErr.02: Power not coming through; battery box not wired, or Power Board board not energized, or drive mech not properly connected to Power Board. Occasionally, this can also be caused by the belt slipping* off the motor pulley as well; or by use of an improper or worn belt or band in its place.*From what I can tell, the RAM-Adapter sends a signal to the FDS to check if it is properly energized and initialized, and if it does not report back correctly, it generates this error. if the belt has slipped, then the motor does not spin correctly as it has too much tension on the pulley. I suspect that it generates this specific error when this happens before or during the initialization process, and Err.22 if it slips after drive initialization is complete and it begind (It's begun) reading a disk (see Err.22), as either are possible.[/font]
Quote from: Xious on January 07, 2012, 05:58:44 am*I had problems with two 'Hikari Shinwa: Palthena no Kagami' disks. I had overwritten the front side of my primary, original game disk (that had my excellent game save files on the reverse) with that of a bad disk; I was trying to do the reverse (restoringthe bad disk with my good one), and I ended up corrupting Side-A. I figured it was no problem, and wrote both from a third copy, and then all hell opened up, as my original disk was V1.0 (or something like that) and the third disk was a later version (e.g. V1.1). The front would load, and when I flipped it over, it became an error-nightmare because of a version mismatch. In the end, I had to wipe my save files and restore the disks from the third copy. Lesson-learned: Do not use half-a-disk for a backup! Always back up both sides (or all four, for multi-disk games)!
Quote from: Xious on January 07, 2012, 05:58:44 amErr.20(There should be a *colon and a space here.)'Screen data differs'; I am not sure about this error, or its description. I presume it is actually a block error of some kind, based on how it is categorized numerically.
Quote２７：ＤＩＳＫ ＴＲＯＵＢＬＥ ＥＲＲ．２７ ＣＲＣエラーを検出
errorDrive & disk set related 01: DISK SET ERR. 01 Disk is not loaded correctly 02: BATTERY ERR. 02 Disk drive voltage is less than specified value 03: WRITE PROTECT ERR. 03 I tried to write it while the write protect claw was broken 04: GAME MAKER ERR. 04 Disk of a different manufacturer was set 05: GAME NAME ERR. 05 Disk of a different game was set 06: GAME VERSION ERR. 06 A different version of the disc was loaded 07: A. B. SIDE ERR 07 Different side disks (front and back) were set 08: DISK NUMBER ERR. 08 Disks in a different order were set 09: ERR. 09 A different disc type was set 10: ERR. 10 A different spare 1 data was set 08 is DISK NO. In the ROM. ERR. Output as 08 11-19 for disk writer? File access related 20: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 20 Can not read permission file 21: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 21 * NINTENDO - HVC * of block code $ 01 not found 22: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 22 The start mark $ 01 of the block code $ 01 can not be found 23: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 23 Start mark of $ 02 for block code $ 02 not found 24: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 24 Start code of $ 03 for block code $ 03 is not found 25: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 25 Start mark of $ 04 for block code $ 04 $ 04 not found 26: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 26 I can not write correctly on a disc 27: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 27 Detect CRC error 28: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 28 The timing is not matched by loading the disc (the head went to the end while reading) 29: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 29 Timing is incompatible with writing to the disc (the head went to the end during writing) User save related 30: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 30 Can not write to disk (insufficient capacity or forced termination due to drive protection) 31: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 31 The number of data on the disc does not match, or the number of mount files to be written has become negative 35: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 35 Failed to write test file (block code $ 05 file) Other 40: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 40 There were files that could not be loaded at batch load (the number of files is insufficient) 41: DISK TROUBLE ERR. 41 Unknown (There is a notation of ERR.41 in the description of Kikuko II) * DISK TROUBLE ERR. After 35, error judgment is done by software routine rather than ROM routine