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Make pattern matching string shorter. 304 ***Break Occurs if program stopped via Ctrl+C. andreas View Public Profile Find More Posts by andreas 12 November 2003, 22:09 #7 abelthorne Registered User Join Date: Nov 2003 Location: France Posts: 139 As far as I VIPAmibayer! Use another name or delete the existing file or directory first. 204 Directory not found AmigaDOS cannot find the specified directory. have a peek here

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Aquapure Error Code 121

Use PROTECT to set the r bit of the file. 225 Not a valid DOS disk The disk in the drive is not an AmigaDOS disk, it has not been formatted, Delete unnecessary files or directories or use a different disk. 222 Object is protected from The d (deletable) protection bit of the file or directory is clear. Error 226: No Disk in drive Switch you brain on! These flags are important to the way in which a file is allowed to behave.

It is also possible that the disk is corrupt. You cannot SEEK outside the bounds of the file. 220 Comment is too long You filenote has exceeded the maximum number of characters (79). Error 225: Not a DOS Disk in unit The disk in question is not formatted as an AmigaDOS disk. This can come about for several reasons, but the most common is that two files are trying to occupy the same part of a disk.

Read any documentation you may have relating to it. 121: File is not an object module The file is not an executable program. Find More Posts by Tim Janssen AdSense 12 November 2003, 08:33 #2 Amigaboy Posts: n/a Error code 121 means the file isn't a proper AmigaDOS executable. Join Date Aug 2009 Country UK Region: Sevenoaks, Kent Age 36 Posts 20,478 Feedback 984 (100%) Blog Entries1 Thanks Geraldine, +1 for the Sticky Reply With Quote 18th March 2011,18:39 #5 It is a programming error only.

If it contains some plain ASCII text, you got your "buggy executable" right here andreas View Public Profile Find More Posts by andreas 12 November 2003, 21:34 #5 pcGTW_Webmaster Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. The other games worked but DDIII didn't. Every file has a set of 'flags' which determine whether it can be read from, written to, deleted, and so on.

Windows Error Code 121

Try again or quit the other application and retry. 303 Buffer overflow Occurs if pattern matching string is too long. Check the spelling of the filename and if the disk is in the drive. 206: Invalid window description The window dimensions are too big or too small. 209: Packet request type Aquapure Error Code 121 Initial system software passed. Mysql Error Code 121 project.Green Amiga Alien GUIDES project.Maptapper project.Sprites project.WinUAE - Kaillera Other Projects project.Amiga Demo DVD project.Amiga Game Factory project.CARE

It signals the failure of a low level AmigaDOS function called SEEK, which in this case would have attempted to SEEK beyond the end of a file. http://svbuckeye.com/error-code/and-the-error-code-was-8.php Error 120: Argument line invalid or too long Another error code you shouldn't run into too often. Thanks for your help. Error 221: Disk Full Probably the most obvious and yet the most infuriating errors of them all. Takagi Error Code 121

SYNOPSIS Fault Fault/... Find More Posts by Akira 13 November 2003, 05:18 #10 andreas Zone Friend Join Date: Jun 2001 Location: Germany Age: 42 Posts: 5,858 exactly that's the type of files English Amiga Board > Requests > request.Old Rare Games 'Error code 121' - What does it mean? Check This Out Be sure you are using the correct disk.

Can anyone move it to 'Games Problems'? Format unformatted disks. 226 No disk in drive The disk is not inserted in the specified drive. Wait for the validation process to finish.

In other words, you have led the computer to believe that "thingy" is a program when it is in fact a text file.

Password Register Amiga FAQ Rules & Help Members List / Moderators List Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Thread Tools 12 November 2003, 08:18 #1 Tim Janssen Junior Member This is a programming fault. 210: Invalid stream component name An invalid character was used in a file or device name. Many errors do not bother to open up this requestor, only a number (for example, 'Last command failed with error 330). DESCRIPTION Normally when your Amiga has an error it returns a requestor telling you what you need to do.

Error 211: Invalid Object Lock This error is of interest only to programmers, and states that a lock code was not recognised by the AmigaDOS call. Error 216: Directory not empty When working from CLI or Shell (this doesn't apply to programs like SID), you cannot delete a drawer until it is completely empty. The machine can run up to 20 CLI tasks at once, so if you try to open task number 21, you will get error number 105. http://svbuckeye.com/error-code/api-error-code-196.php Use the correct window specification. 209 Packet request type unknown The device handler cannot do the requested operation.

Error 222: File is protected from deletion Error 223: File is protected from writing Error 224: File is protected from reading These three errors are easily corrected using the PROTECT command Try closing a few and then enter the command again. 120: Argument line invalid or to long The CLI argument was typed incorrectly, or had too many items on the list. Geraldine Reply With Quote 18th March 2011,20:42 #7 Kin Hell View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles BANNED Join Date Nov 2007 Country U.K. Akira View Public Profile Visit Akira's homepage!

Code: 217 Description: Too many levels Solution: Code: 218 Description: Device (or volume) not mounted Solution: Insert or re-mounted missing volume or disk Code: 219 Description: Seek failure Solution: Use the I have various games in my possession that fail to load and give in Amiga DOS returncode 'Error code 121: Failed to load' or something similar. Page generated in 0.15867 seconds with 11 queries Copyright (c) 2012-2016 Hyperion Entertainment and contributors. Perhaps some might find them useful GURU CODES General error codes 01 - Not enough memory 02 - Couldn't make library 03 - Can't open library 04 - Can't open device

If I get this error, the first thing I do is TYPE the file. Error 212, another of the more common errors, warns the user that an AmigaDOS command was issued which expected to operate on one type of object but which encountered another. If the disk worked previously, use a disk recovery program to salvage its files. Kin Reply With Quote 18th May 2011,08:51 #8 quin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Join Date Feb 2011 Country UK Region: Suffolk Posts 85

AmigaOS Manual: AmigaDOS Error Messages From AmigaOS Documentation Wiki Jump to: navigation, search AmigaOS Manual: AmigaDOS Error MessagesThis appendix lists AmigaDOS errors with their probable causes and suggestions for recovery. If you have any questions please login and post them in the Feed Back forum, or use the Contact Us form. Control characters such as the apostrophe must not be used in file names, and the names must not be longer than 30 characters. Error 214: Disk write protected You have tried to write to a disk who's write protection tab is set to write-protect.

Join Date Aug 2010 Country Scotland Region: Renfrewshire Age 47 Posts 1,310 Feedback 32 (100%) Its my way of saying thanks to Amibay for all the help I have had here You must copy the file to the new device before renaming it. This is a programming fault. 212: Object not of required type A directory has become confused with a file, or vise versa.