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Error Messages

This section lists the fatal errors, errors, and warnings you may encounter when using the OC51 Banked Object File Converter. Errors and warnings are listed in numerical order and are divided into several sections:

Summary Briefly describes the error or warning.
Description Provides a detailed description of message and why it was generated.
Cause Describes the cause of the error.
Resolution Provides hints and suggestions for correcting the problem.
Example Provides an example, where possible, of the error condition.
See Also Provides useful references to additional material.

Some errors include an exception that provides more information about the exact nature of the error. These exceptions are generated by the operating system and indicate a failure at that level.

Exception Description
0021h Path or File Not Found
The specified path or filename is missing.
0026h Illegal File Access
An attempt was made to delete or write to a write-protected file.
0029h Access to File Denied
The specified file is a directory.
002Ah I/O Error
The drive is either full or the drive was not ready.
0101h Illegal Context
An attempt was made to access a file in an illegal context. This happens if you try to read from LPT1 or delete COM1.

The table lists the documented exceptions for the OC51 Banked Object File Converter.

Exception Exception Type Description
34 Warning PROJECT DOES NOT INCLUDE LP51BANK MODULE
201 Error File Access Error On Input File
File: filename
202 Error File Access Error On Output File
File: filename
203 Error Not A Banked 8051 Object File
204 Error Invalid Input File
205 Error Checksum Error
206 Error Internal Error
207 Error Scope Level Error
Module: modulename
208 Error Path or File Not Found
File: filename
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