Following is a list of the system error codes that can be returned by the 2032 and 3032 controllers. Some of the errors are generated by the operating system (DOS) and may have to be ┬┤interpreted┬┤ in each instance.

Errors 2,3,5,18,100,101,151,152,154,156,157,158 are usually associated to problems with the PC hard disk (verify the hard disk with scandisk utility or similar program) - or possibly a defective floppy/floppy drive when backing up/restoring or installing the software.

Errors 5 and 150 is also associated with backing up to a write protected floppy disk or trying to install the software from a diskette which contains hidden system files (formatting the diskette before copying the installation files to the floppy usually fixes that problem).

1: Invalid function number
2: File not found
3: Path not found
4: Too many open files
5: File access denied
6: Invalid file handle
8: Not enough memory
10: Invalid environment
11: Invalid format
12: Invalid file access code
15: Invalid drive number
16: Cannot remove current directory
17: Cannot rename across drives
18: No more files
100: Disk read error
101: Disk write error
102: File not assigned
103: File not open
104: File not open for input
105: File not open for output
106: Invalid numeric format
150: Disk is write-protected
151: Bad drive request struct length
152: Drive not ready
154: CRC error in data
156: Disk seek error
157: Unknown media type
158: Sector Not Found
159: Printer out of paper
160: Device write fault
161: Device read fault
162: Hardware failure
200: Division by zero
201: Range check error
202: Stack overflow error
203: Heap overflow error
204: Invalid pointer operation
205: Floating point overflow
206: Floating point underflow
207: Invalid floating point operation