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DZIEKI DYZIEK@!! Punkty sie przydadza i to bardzo:) A co do telefonu to juz zrobilem napisze teraz w jaki sposob moze sie to komus przyda: Opisze od poczatku co sie dzialo z telefonem bo wszysko zrobilem dzieki jednemu programikowi 1. Najpierw nalezy zainstalowac biblioteki ktore zamieszczam plik libraryfiles 2.Nastepnie instalujemy program triumunlocker_M4only ktory takze zamieszczam (wystarczy tylko rozpakowac) 3. wlaczamy telefon i podlaczamy do kabla- uruchamiamy program 4. wciskamy enter test mode. pokaza sie trzy mozliwosci. szczerze powiedziawszy to nie wiem ktora wybrac wydaje mi sie ze pirwsza. Mnie nigdy w ten sposob nie udalo sie polaczyc, jesli tobie sie uda to fajnie. 5. Jesli jednak nie zczytalo tobie danych z telefonu to wpisz*5472 telefon przejdzie w tryb testowy. Na wyswietlaczu pojawi ci sie odpowiedni komunikat 6.Nacisnij ponownie enter test mode i do skutku za ktoryms razem polaczy wybieraj albo 1 albo 2 mozliwosc predkosci. I to tyle odnośnie programu teraz wszystko co udalo mi sie naprawic programem: 1.Najpierw mialem "Telefon zablokowany na stałe" Wcisnąłem unlock-all_lock i po sprawie. niestety pojawil mi sie kolejny komunikat:( 2. Contact provider nacisnalem remove_permlock a nastepnie jeszce raz unlock all_lock. Telefon ladnie smiga.

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0 " No error has occurred "
1 " The User Interface Manager could not be opened "
2 " The system font could not be loaded "
3 " The operation attempted cannot be performed while a pop-up panel is active "
4 " Panel, pop-up, or menu bar handle is invalid "
5 " Attempted to position panel at an invalid location "
6 " Attempted to make an inoperable control the active control "
7 " The operation requires that a panel be active "
8 " The operation requires that a pop-up be active "
9 " The operation requires that a menu bar be active "
10 " The control is not the type expected by the function "
11 " The ctrlId passed was not a valid menu item id "
12 " Out of memory! "
13 " Invalid control ID "
14 " Value is invalid or out of range "
15 " File is not a User Interface file or has been corrupted "
16 " File format is out-of-date "
17 " Image is corrupted or format is not supported "
18 " No user event possible in current configuration "
19 " Unable to open file "
20 " Error reading file "
21 " Error writing file "
22 " Error closing file "
23 " Panel state file has invalid format "
24 " Resource ID not found in user interface resource file "
25 " Error occurred during hardcopy output "
26 " Invalid default directory specified in FileSelectPopup function "
27 " Operation is invalid for specified object "
28 " Unable to find specified string in menu "
29 " Palette menu items can only be added to the end of the menu "
30 " Too many menus in the menu bar "
31 " Separators can't have checkmarks "
32 " Separators can't have submenus "
34 " The menu item can't be a separator "
35 " The item already has a submenu "
36 " The item does not have a submenu "
37 " The control id passed must be a menu id, a menu item id, or NULL "
38 " The control id passed must be a menu id or a menu item id "
39 " The ctrlId passed was not a submenu id "
40 " The ctrlId passed was not a valid menu id "
41 " The handle is not a menu bar handle "
42 " The handle is not a panel handle "
43 " The operation attempted cannot be performed while this pop-up panel is active "
44 " The specified Control/Panel/Menu doesn't have the specified attribute "
45 " The control type passed was not a valid type "
46 " The attribute passed is not valid "
47 " The fill option must be set to fill above or fill below to paint ring slide's fill color "
48 " The fill option must be set to fill above or fill below to paint numeric slide's fill color "
49 " The control passed is not a ring slide "
50 " The control passed is not a numeric slide "
51 " The control passed is not a ring slide with inc/dec arrows "
52 " The control passed is not a numeric slide with inc/dec arrows "
53 " The data type passed is not a valid data type for the control "
54 " The attribute passed is not valid for the data type of the control "
55 " The index passed is out of range "
56 " There are no items in the list control "
57 " The buffer passed was too small for the operation "
58 " The control does not have a value "
59 " The value passed is not in the list control "
60 " The control passed must be a list control "
61 " The control passed must be a list control or binary switch "
62 " The data type of the control passed must be set to string "
63 " That attribute is not a settable attribute "
64 " The value passed is not a valid control mode for this control "
65 " A NULL pointer was passed when a non-NULL pointer was expected "
66 " The text bg color on a menu ring can not be set or gotten "
67 " The ring control passed must be one of the menu ring styles "
68 " Text can not be colored transparent "
69 " A value can not be converted to the specified data type "
70 " Invalid tab order position for control "
71 " The tab order position of an indicator-only-control cannot be set "
72 " Invalid number "
73 " There is no menu bar installed for the panel "
74 " The control passed is not a text box "
75 " Invalid scroll mode for chart "
76 " Invalid image type for picture "
77 " The attribute is valid for child panels only\nSome attributes of top level panels are determined by the host operating system. "
78 " The list control passed is not in check mode "
79 " The control values could not be completely loaded into the panel\nbecause the panel has changed. "
80 " Maximum value must be greater than minimum value "
81 " Graph doesn't have that many cursors "
82 " Invalid plot "
83 " New cursor position is outside plot area "
84 " The length of the string exceeds the limit "
85 " The callback function, %s, specified in the UIR file, does not have the required prototype. "
86 " The callback function, %s, specified in the UIR file, " " is not a known function. If you are using an external " " compiler, you must include the UIR callbacks object file " " in the executable or DLL. "
87 " Graph cannot be in this mode without cursors "
88 " Invalid axis scaling mode for chart "
89 " The font passed is not in the meta font table "
90 " The attribute value passed is not valid "
91 " Too many files are open "
92 " Unexpectedly reached end of file "
93 " Input/Output error "
94 " File not found "
95 " File access permission denied "
96 " File access is not enabled "
97 " Disk is full "
98 " File already exists "
99 " File is already open "
100 " Badly formed pathname "
101 " File is damaged "
102 " Sorry, the format of the resource file is too old to read "
103 " File is damaged "
104 " The operation could not be performed "
105 " The control passed is not a ring knob, dial or gauge "
106 " The control passed is not a numeric knob, dial or gauge "
107 " The count passed is out of range "
108 " The keycode is not valid "
109 " The control passed is not a ring slide with a frame "
110 " Panel background cannot be colored transparent "
111 " Title background cannot be colored transparent "
112 " Not enough memory for printing "
113 " The shortcut key passed is reserved "
114 " The format of the file is newer than this version of CVI "
115 " System printing error "
116 " Driver printing error "
117 " The deferred callback queue is full "
118 " The mouse cursor passed is not valid "
119 " Cannot print while another printing operation is still active "
120 " Out of Windows GDI space "
121 " The panel must be visible "
122 " The control must be visible "
123 " The attribute is not valid for the type of plot "
124 " Intensity plots cannot use transparent colors "
125 " Color is invalid "
126 " The callback function, %s, differs only by a leading underscore from another " " function or variable. Change one of the names for proper linking. "
127 " Bitmap is invalid "
128 " There is no image in the control "
129 " This panel operation can be performed (if a top-level panel) " " only in the thread in which the panel was created, or " " (if a child panel) only in the thread in which the top-level " " parent panel was created. "
130 " Panel not found in .tui file "
131 " Menu bar not found in .tui file "
132 " Control style not found in .tui file "
133 " Missing tag or value in .tui file "
134 " Error reading or parsing .sub file "
400 " File selection restricted to current directory "
401 " Selection limited to files with \ " .%s\ " extension "
402 " The directory '%s'\n does not exist "
403 " Directory name must not include drive specifier "
404 " Directory already exists "
405 " does not exist in directory "
406 " Unable to make directory\n\ " %s\ " "
407 " File __Name: "
408 " List Files of __Type: "
409 " Dri__ves: "
410 " Make Directory "
411 " __Directories: "
412 " Directory (exclude drive): "
413 " Drive %s is not ready "
500 " An unspecified error has occurred, probably due to corrupted data "
501 " Sample Text "
503 " Untitled Control "
504 " Untitled Panel "
505 " The file is not a .tui file. "
1200 " OK "
1201 " Yes "
1202 " No "
1203 " Cancel "
1204 " Untitled "
1205 " Cannot find file "
1206 " Unable to open file "
1207 " Error reading file "
1208 " already exists. Do you want to overwrite it? "
1209 " already exist. Do you want to overwrite them? "
1210 " Maximum line length exceeded "
1211 " Ins "
1212 " Ovr "
1213 " Incorrect format or corrupted data in file "
1215 " Display "
1216 " Select "
1217 " Invalid pathname in file "
1218 " Unable to load DLL. "
1219 " & lt; & lt; Waiting For Input & gt; & gt; "
1220 " & lt; & lt; Waiting For Key & gt; & gt; "
1221 " __Full Path Names "
1222 " Default "
1223 " Unable to obtain application path "
1224 " Invalid file extension "
1225 " Path does not exist "
1226 " Invalid drive letter "
1227 " The tag \ " %s\ " is missing from section [%s],\n " " or it has no value. "
1228 " The value for tag \ " %s\ " in section [%s]\n " " is invalid. "
1229 " The value for tag \ " %s\ " in section [%s]\n " " is invalid. {%s} "
1230 " Error while loading section [%s].\n " " {%s} "
1231 " Invalid 32-bit number "
1232 " Invalid unsigned 32-bit number "
1233 " Invalid 16-bit number "
1234 " Invalid unsigned 16-bit number "
1235 " Invalid 8-bit number "
1236 " Invalid unsigned 8-bit number "
1237 " Invalid float number "
1238 " Invalid double number "
1239 " Invalid color value "
1240 " Invalid boolean value "
1241 " not found "
1242 " Unable to change to the directory of the project. "
1243 " Error in call to %s.\n\n "
1244 " Parent Panel Handle: %d\n "
1245 " UIR File Name: %s\n "
1246 " Panel Resource ID: %d\n "
1247 " Menu Bar Resource ID: %d\n "
1248 " hInstance: 0x%08x, %s\n "
1249 " \nError Code: %d\n "
1250 " & Unminimize "
1251 " & All Windows "
1252 " & lt; unnamed window & gt; "
1253 " DOS Compatibility Window "
1254 " Selected Files: "
1255 " File %s is already selected. "
1256 " Remove All "
1257 " Directory __Name: "
1258 " %s\n is not a directory. "
1259 " __OK "
1260 " __Select "
1261 " __Select All "
1262 " __Remove "
1263 " __Discard "
1264 " __Save "
1265 " __Load "
1266 " __Make Directory "
1267 " __Yes "
1268 " __No "
1269 " __Print... "
1270 " __Properties... "
1271 " __Change Printer... "
1272 " You must be in a valid directory to exit. "
1273 " & Save "
1274 " & Add "
1275 " & OK "
1276 " & Select "
1277 " & Load "
1278 " N__etwork... "
1279 " You must select at least one file. "
1280 " File extension limited to '%s' "
1281 " Cannot paint because Conform to System Colors is enabled for this panel.\nDo you want to disable it? "
1282 " Pathname exceeds maximum length of %ld characters. "
1283 " __All Files (*.*)... "
1284 " __Standard Input/Output "
1285 " This Beta of LabWindows/CVI has expired. "
6000 " .* "
6001 " .c "
6002 " .a "
6003 " .o "
6004 " .lib "
6005 " .obj "
6006 " .dll "
6007 " .pth "
6200 " Caps "
6201 " Cmd "
6202 " Ctrl "
6203 " Mk "
6204 " Opt "
6205 " Shift "
6206 " vkCtrlAltSysRequest "
6207 " vkBreak "
6208 " vkDown "
6209 " vkEnd "
6210 " vkF1 "
6211 " vkF10 "
6212 " vkF11 "
6213 " vkF12 "
6214 " vkF2 "
6215 " vkF3 "
6216 " vkF4 "
6217 " vkF5 "
6218 " vkF6 "
6219 " vkF7 "
6220 " vkF8 "
6221 " vkF9 "
6222 " vkHome "
6223 " vkInsert "
6224 " vkLeft "
6225 " vkPageDown "
6226 " vkPageUp "
6227 " vkRight "
6228 " vkUp "
6229 " Clear "
6230 " Enter "
6231 " Break "
6232 " Up "
6233 " Down "
6234 " Left "
6235 " Right "
6236 " Ins "
6237 " Del "
6238 " Home "
6239 " End "
6240 " PgUp "
6241 " PgDown "
6242 " Help "
6243 " F1 "
6244 " F2 "
6245 " F3 "
6246 " F4 "
6247 " F5 "
6248 " F6 "
6249 " F7 "
6250 " F8 "
6251 " F9 "
6252 " F10 "
6253 " F11 "
6254 " F12 "
6255 " Ctrl-Alt-SysRequest "
6256 " Esc "
6257 " Tab "
6258 " Del "
6259 " BkSp "
6260 " \021 "
6261 " M+ "
6262 " Ctrl+ "
6263 " Shift+ "
6264 " Caps+ "
6265 " Left "
6266 " Center "
6267 " Right "
6268 " Cancel "
6269 " Si__ze: "
6270 " __Font: "
6271 " __Justification: "
6272 " __Text Color: "
6273 " __Bold "
6274 " __Italic "
6275 " __Underline "
6276 " __Strikeout "
6277 " int "
6278 " unsigned int "
6279 " double "
6280 " float "
6281 " short int "
6282 " unsigned short int "
6283 " char "
6284 " unsigned char "
6285 " Select Color "
6286 " Red "
6287 " Blue "
6288 " Green "
6289 " Out of Range "
6290 " Min Value: "
6291 " Max Value: "
6292 " Default Value: "
6293 " Data Type: "
6294 " Ring Select Popup "
8000 " Aborted load of library \ " %s\ " . "
8001 " Aborted load of object module \ " %s\ " . "
8002 " Aborted load of member \ " %s\ " from library \ " %s\ " . "
8003 " Unexpected EOF. "
8004 " Bad OMF record at position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8005 " Bad name: OMF record position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8006 " Only object modules produced by WATCOM C 386 fully supported. "
8007 " Bad checksum: OMF record position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8008 " Bad location code: OMF record position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8009 " Bad method: OMF record position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8010 " Object module contains unsupported FAR pointers. "
8011 " Absolute segments not supported: segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8012 " Private segments not supported: segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8013 " Unsupported segment combination type %d: segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8014 " Unknown or unsupported OMF record at position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8015 " Segment must be USE32: segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8016 " Segment must be of class \ " CODE\ " , \ " DATA\ " , \ " BSS\ " , or \ " STACK\ " : segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8017 " Conflicting GRPDEF's: group name \ " %s\ " . "
8018 " Read error. "
8019 " Assertion failure in file \ " %s\ " at line %d. "
8020 " COFF Name too long. "
8021 " Bad COFF Library header. "
8022 " Bad COFF Library member header. "
8023 " Too many nested '#pragma DisableProtoChecking'. "
8024 " Missing matching '#pragma DisableProtoChecking' "
8025 " Compile Error At Unknown Coordinates:\n %s "
8026 " Bad library format encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8027 " Bad magic number encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8028 " Bad relocation record encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8029 " Bad BSS section encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8030 " Elf library is out of date. "
8031 " Error in Elf library encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8032 " Cannot link variable '%s' referenced in '%s' to import library '%s' without '%s' keyword in declaration. "
8033 " Symbol '%s' defined in modules '%s' and '%s'. " " In Borland mode, multiple modules must not contain " " uninitialized definitions of the same global variable. " " Borland creates a separate variable for each definition. " " LabWindows/CVI and other linkers resolve all definitions to the same variable. " " If you want separate variables, use different names or the \ " static\ " keyword. " " If you want one variable, change all definitions except one to \ " extern\ " declarations. "
8034 " Bad header encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8035 " Insufficient user data memory for project. "
8036 " Multiply defined symbol '%s' in modules '%s' and '%s'. "
8037 " Failed to open external module. "
8038 " No data section found for external module: '%s'. "
8039 " No data relocation section found for external module: '%s'. "
8040 " No symbol table found for external module: '%s'. "
8041 " No string table found for external module: '%s'. "
8042 " No text section found for external module: '%s'. "
8043 " No text relocation section found for external module: '%s'. "
8044 " %d undefined symbols: %s "
8045 " Link Error: %s "
8046 " Windows unable to load DLL \ " %s\ " . "
8047 " Windows could not find the DLL \ " %s\ " or one\nof the DLLs which is statically linked to it. "
8048 " Could not find the function or variable " " \n'%s' in the DLL \ " %s\ " . Make sure " " \nthat the most recent versions of both the import library " " \nand the DLL are being used and are in their proper " " \ndirectories. "
8049 " DLL Init Error: %s "
9054 " A Run-State Change Callback caused a protection fault. "
9055 " Unrecoverable Internal Error.\n " " Program will be aborted. "
9056 " An Exception occurred while loading %s. "
9057 " An Exception occurred while unloading %s. "
9058 " __Help "
9059 " & lt; __Back "
9060 " __Next & gt; "
9061 " __Finish "
9062 " Cancel "
9063 " The %s directive with the keyword %s was not found. "
9064 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Welcome "
9065 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Select an Instrument Driver "
9066 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - General Information "
9067 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Standard Operations "
9068 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - General Command Strings "
9069 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - ID Query "
9070 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Reset "
9071 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Self Test "
9072 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Error Query "
9073 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Revision "
9074 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Configure Serial Port "
9075 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Test "
9076 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Finish "
9077 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard Help "
9078 " Select Target Directory "
9079 " I/O __Interface "
9080 " Select Template "
9081 " *.fp "
9082 " GPIB "
9083 " VXI - message based "
9084 " VXI - register based "
9085 " Serial "
9086 " DeviceNet "
9087 " VISA Initialization "
9088 " Default Command "
9089 " ID Query "
9090 " Reset "
9091 " Self-Test "
9092 " Error Query "
9093 " Revision Query "
9094 " Return Code : 0x%x (%s) "
9095 " Bytes Sent : %d "
9096 " Manufacturer ID "
9097 " Expected : 0x%x "
9098 " Actual : 0x%x "
9099 " Expected : %s "
9100 " Actual : %s "
9101 " Match : %s "
9102 " Model Code "
9103 " Format String : %s "
9104 " Code : %d "
9105 " Message : %s "
9106 " Response "
9107 " Raw Buffer : %s "
9108 " "
9109 " Enter the general instrument driver information on this panel.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9110 " Select the type of instrument and the I/O interface.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9111 " Select the operations that your intrument supports.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9112 " ID Query information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9113 " Reset information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9114 " Self-Test information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9115 " Error Query information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9116 " Revision information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9117 " Test information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9118 " Finish information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9119 " Create New Driver\n " " -----------------\n " " Select this if you are going to create a new driver.\n\n "
9120 " Create Driver Based on Existing Driver\n " " --------------------------------------\n " " Select this if you are going to base your new driver on an existing driver.\n\n "
9121 " I/O Interface\n " " -------------\n " " Select the type of interface of your instrument.\n\n "
9122 " Type of Instrument\n " " ------------------\n " " Select the type of instrument driver to generate.\n\n "
9123 " Existing .fp File\n " " -----------------\n " " Enter the path of an .fp file for an existing instrument driver. " " The wizard will derive a new driver based on the existing driver.\n\n "
9124 " Browse\n " " ------\n " " Select to browse for the existing driver's .fp file.\n\n "
9125 " Instrument Name\n " " ---------------\n " " Enter the instrument model and a short description of the instrument.\n " " Example: National Instruments 123 Oscilloscope\n\n "
9126 " Instrument Prefix\n " " -----------------\n " " Enter a string (8 characters or less) that describes the instrument.\n " " This string will prefix all external function names. It will also be the base name of the generated driver files.\n " " Example: For a National Instruments 123 Oscilloscope, the prefix may be \ " ni123\ " \n\n "
9127 " Name\n " " ----\n " " Enter the name of the instrument driver developer.\n\n "
9128 " Phone\n " " -----\n " " Enter the phone number of the developer or company.\n\n "
9129 " Company\n " " -------\n " " Enter the name of the company.\n\n "
9130 " Fax\n " " ---\n " " Enter the fax number of the developer or the company.\n\n "
9131 " Target Directory\n " " ----------------\n " " Enter the target directory. The driver files will be generated into this directory.\n\n "
9132 " Browse\n " " ------\n " " Select to browse for a target directory.\n\n "
9133 " Default Command\n " " ---------------\n " " Enter the default setup string you wish to send to your instrument. " " This string will be sent after the instrument is initialized and after an " " instrument reset.\n " " Example: :HEADERS OFF\n\n "
9134 " Channel List String\n " " -------------------\n " " Enter the names of the instruments channels separated by commas. " " It is best to enter the channel names that will be used in the commands sent to the instrument.\n " " Example: A1,A2,D1,D2,D3,D4\n\n "
9135 " Identification Query\n " " --------------------\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports an identification query.\n " " If your instrument's I/O interface is VXI, you will not be able to uncheck this box.\n\n "
9136 " Reset\n " " -----\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports a reset.\n\n "
9137 " Self-Test\n " " ---------\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports a self-test.\n\n "
9138 " Error Query\n " " -----------\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports an error query.\n\n "
9139 " Revision Query\n " " --------------\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports a firmware revision query.\n\n "
9140 " ID Query Command\n " " ----------------\n " " Enter the instrument identification query command.\n " " Example: *IDN?\n\n "
9141 " Expected ID Query Response\n " " --------------------------\n " " Enter the string that your instrument sends in response to an identification query.\n " " Note: Be sure to enter the response string exactly (with spaces, commas, etc.) as the instrument will return it. " " The driver uses this string to compare with the actual instrument response in order to determine that the correct " " instrument is being addressed. The entire response string is not required. Enter enough to identify the instrument.\n " " Example: National Instruments,123,000000,V1.0 (whole string)\n " " OR\n " " National Instruments,123 (partial string for identification)\n\n "
9142 " Model Code\n " " ----------\n " " Enter the instrument model code.\n " " Example: 0x1234\n\n "
9143 " Manufacturer ID\n " " ---------------\n " " Enter the instrument manufacturer ID.\n " " Example: 0x1234\n\n "
9144 " Reset Command\n " " -------------\n " " Enter the command that causes the instrument to perform a reset.\n " " Example: *RST\n\n "
9145 " Self-Test Command\n " " -----------------\n " " Enter the command that causes the instrument to perform a self-test and return the results.\n " " Example: *TST?\n\n "
9146 " Self-Test Response Contents\n " " ---------------------------\n " " Select the expected data format in the instrument response buffer. " " Instruments typically return data in one of three formats. " " These formats are: code only, string only, and string and code. " " If the instrument does not return data in one of these formats, select Custom and " " enter the custom format string in the Format String control.\n " " Note: A custom format string can not be applied to the data returned by the instrument during " " the tests run by the wizard. The data is shown exactly as returned by the instrument.\n\n "
9147 " Format Choices\n " " --------------\n " " Select the format of the expected response to the current command.\n\n "
9148 " Format String\n " " -------------\n " " This control shows the format string that will be applied to the response buffer. " " To enter a custom format string, select Custom in the Self-Test Response Contents control.\n\n "
9149 " Error Query Command\n " " -------------------\n " " Enter the instrument error query command.\n " " Example: :SYST:ERR?\n\n "
9150 " Error Query Response Contents\n " " ---------------------------\n " " Select the expected data format in the instrument response buffer. " " Instruments typically return data in one of three formats. " " These formats are: code only, string only, and string and code. " " If the instrument does not return data in one of these formats, select Custom and " " enter the custom format string in the Format String control.\n " " Note: A custom format string can not be applied to the data returned by the instrument during " " the tests run by the wizard. The data is shown exactly as returned by the instrument.\n\n "
9151 " Format Choices\n " " --------------\n " " Select the format of the expected response to the current command.\n\n "
9152 " Format String\n " " -------------\n " " This control shows the format string that will be applied to the response buffer. " " To enter a custom format string, select Custom in the Error Query Response Contents control.\n\n "
9153 " Revision Command\n " " ----------------\n " " Enter the instrument firmware revision query.\n " " Example: *IDN?\n\n "
9154 " Format Choices\n " " --------------\n " " Enter the format string for the firmware revision query response. " " The format string should output only the firmware revision. You may need to have other modifiers " " in the string but they must be discarded within the format string. Example: %*[^,],%[^\\n] will " " discard the beginning string and output the second string as the firmware revision query response. " " The wizard provides some of the common response formats. If the instrument does not return data in " " one of these formats, select Custom and enter the custom format string in the Format String control.\n " " Example: To format a SCPI response like \ " National Instruments,123,000000,V1.1\ " " " (where V1.1 is the firmware revision) use:\n " " %*[^,],%*[^,],%*[^,],%[^\\n] \n " " (the first 3 strings will be discarded by the * modifier)\n\n "
9155 " Format String\n " " -------------\n " " This control shows the format string that will be applied to the response buffer. " " To enter a custom format string, select Custom in the Format Choices control.\n\n "
9156 " Baud Rate\n " " ---------\n " " Select the baud rate to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9157 " Parity\n " " ------\n " " Select the parity to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9158 " Data Bits\n " " ---------\n " " Select the number of data bits to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9159 " Stop Bits\n " " ---------\n " " Select the number of stop bits to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9160 " Input Queue Size\n " " ----------------\n " " Enter the input queue size to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9161 " Output Queue Size\n " " -----------------\n " " Enter the output queue size to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9162 " Timeout\n " " -------\n " " Enter the timeout (in seconds) to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9163 " Read Terminator\n " " ---------------\n " " Select the terminator used when reading from the serial instrument.\n\n "
9164 " Write Terminator\n " " ----------------\n " " Select the terminator used when writing to the serial instrument.\n\n "
9165 " Flow Control\n " " ------------\n " " Select the type of flow control to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9166 " Platform\n " " --------\n " " Select the VXI Platform that you are using.\n\n "
9167 " GPIB Address\n " " ------------\n " " Enter the GPIB address of the instrument.\n\n "
9168 " COM Port\n " " --------\n " " Enter the COM Port (1-32) of the intrument.\n\n "
9169 " VXI Logical Address\n " " -------------------\n " " Enter the logical address of the VXI instrument.\n\n "
9170 " Reset Delay\n " " -----------\n " " Enter the number of seconds to delay after performing an instrument reset. " " If a reset delay is not needed, enter 0 in this control.\n\n "
9171 " Self-Test Delay\n " " ---------------\n " " Enter the number of seconds to delay after performing an instrument self-test. " " If a self-test delay is not needed, enter 0 in this control.\n\n "
9172 " Run Tests\n " " ---------\n " " Activate this button to begin testing.\n\n "
9173 " Launch Attribute Editor\n " " -----------------------\n " " Check this box to launch the attribute editor when finished.\n\n "
9174 " Show Help on Instrument Driver Creation\n " " ---------------------------------------\n " " Check this box to see the help file when finished.\n\n "
9175 " Invalid target directory: %s "
9176 " on line %ld "
9177 " Invalid prefix or filename: %s "
9178 " Invalid number of arguments "
9179 " Keyword not found "
9180 " Invalid Tab depth argument "
9181 " No opening bracket "
9182 " No closing bracket "
9183 " Error in parsing template. "
9184 " Control '%s' must not be empty. "
9185 " Are you sure you want to quit the instrument driver development wizard? "
9186 " System error occured. Check VISA installation. "
9187 " %s Configuration Error: 0x%x (%s) "
9188 " Serial Port Configuration "
9189 " Initialization "
9190 " Baud Rate "
9191 " Parity "
9192 " Data Bits "
9193 " Stop Bits "
9194 " Input Queue Size "
9195 " Output Queue Size "
9196 " Read Flush On Access "
9197 " Write Flush On Access "
9198 " Timeout "
9199 " Read Term "
9200 " Write Term "
9201 " Flow Control "
9202 " ...Passed "
9203 " are required for this operation. "
9204 " Control '%s' requires a valid .fp file path. "
9205 " Revision : %s "
9206 " Error running the test executable. Make sure VISA is installed correctly. "
9207 " There are two entries in section '%s' of %s with the keyword '%s'. The second entry will be ignored. "
9208 " The section '%s' does not exist or is empty in the .ini file %s. "
9209 " Generating Instrument "
9210 " Could not run the test executable. "
12500 " Print "
12501 " Printer Info "
12502 " __Name: "
12503 " Status: "
12504 " Type: "
12505 " Where: "
12506 " Comment: "
12507 " Filter: "
12508 " Eject page after pr__inting "
12509 " Print to __file "
12510 " Graphics Options "
12511 " __Width: "
12512 " __Height: "
12513 " Hori__zontal offset: "
12514 " __Vertical offset: "
12515 " Force blac__k & white "
12516 " Scale to sc__reen "
12517 " Visible area onl__y "
12518 " Use Bi__tmap Printing "
12519 " Entire paper "
12520 " Specify in millimeters/10 "
12521 " Proportional to width "
12522 " Proportional to height "
12523 " Centered "
12524 " Text Options "
12525 " Show line n__umbers "
12526 " Show page num__bers "
12527 " Show __date "
12528 " Show ti__me "
12529 " Show fi__le name "
12530 " Wrap te__xt "
12531 " Sele__ction only "
12532 " T__ab interval: "
12533 " S__elect Font "
12534 " __Show Graphics Options "
12535 " __Show Text Options "
12536 " Idle "
12537 " Busy "
12538 " Door open "
12539 " Error "
12540 " Initializing "
12541 " Input/Output cctive "
12542 " Manual feed "
12543 " Out of toner "
12544 " Not available "
12545 " Offline "
12546 " Out of memory "
12547 " Bin Full "
12548 " Cannot print current page "
12549 " Paper jam "
12550 " Out of paper "
12551 " Paper problem "
12552 " Paused "
12553 " Deleting job "
12554 " Printing "
12555 " Processing "
12556 " Low toner "
12557 " User intervention required "
12558 " document(s) waiting "
12559 " Waiting "
12560 " Warming up "
12561 " Print Output File "
12562 " Print Output File for %s "
12563 " Portrait "
12564 " Landscape "
12565 " Simplex "
12566 " Horiz. Duplex "
12567 " Vert. Duplex "
12568 " Requested: "
12569 " Actual: "
12570 " Paper Width "
12571 " Paper Height "
12572 " X Offset "
12573 " Y Offset "
12574 " # of Copies "
12575 " X Resolution "
12576 " Y Resolution "
12577 " Orientation "
12578 " Duplex Mode "
12579 " Unknown Value "
12580 " There is currently an open document.\n " " (ATTR_EJECT_AFTER was not set as of your last\n " " print operation). For some attributes, you\n " " are restricted to the values already in place. "
12581 " This client process does not have permission\n " " to change the default printer settings.\n " " \n " " You will now see the Windows dialog in which\n " " you can specify your preferences directly. "
12582 " Print Warning "
12583 " Change Printer "
12584 " on "
12585 " Specific Printer: "
12586 " Default Printer: "
12587 " Printers "
12588 " Enter new printer: "
12589 " Printing %s "
12590 " Page "
12591 " More... "
12592 " Decimal "
12593 " Hex "
12594 " Octal "
12595 " Binary "
13600 " PM "
13601 " AM "
13602 " %m/%d/%y "
13603 " %H:%M:%S "
13604 " %b %d %H:%M:%S %Y "
13605 " Sun "
13606 " Mon "
13607 " Tue "
13608 " Wed "
13609 " Thu "
13610 " Fri "
13611 " Sat "
13612 " Sunday "
13613 " Monday "
13614 " Tuesday "
13615 " Wednesday "
13616 " Thursday "
13617 " Friday "
13618 " Saturday "
13619 " Jan "
13620 " Feb "
13621 " Mar "
13622 " Apr "
13623 " May "
13624 " Jun "
13625 " Jul "
13626 " Aug "
13627 " Sep "
13628 " Oct "
13629 " Nov "
13630 " Dec "
13631 " January "
13632 " February "
13633 " March "
13634 " April "
13635 " May "
13636 " June "
13637 " July "
13638 " August "
13639 " September "
13640 " October "
13641 " November "
13642 " December "
13643 " :(1986)040102+0:110102-0:(1967)040102-0:110102-0 "
13644 " Usage: cvirt5 appname [argfile]\n " " where\n " " - appname is the full pathname of the application\n " " - argfile is name of the file (without the path) containing the\n " " command line arguments for the application.\n " " - argfile is in the same directory as the application.\n " " - the first three characters of argfile are \ " CVI\ " ,\n " " followed by the arguments. "
13645 " %s is not a valid LabWindows/CVI Executable. "
13646 " Could not open "
13647 " Error Reading File "
13648 " Could not open command line arguments file "
13649 " This application executable was created by LabWindows/CVI\n " " version %s, which is not compatible with version %s of the\n " " LabWindows/CVI Run-Time Engine. You need a more recent\n " " version of the Run-Time Engine to run this application. "
13650 " Too many processes are currently running. "
13651 " Could not run executable. "
13652 " Execute permission denied for HyperHelp "
13653 " The path or one of the directories names is too long. "
13654 " The HHPATH environment variable does not contain a valid path. "
13655 " HyperHelp executable '%s' not found.\nSet the \ " HHPATH\ " environment variable to the correct path. "
14450 " Unknown error number "
14500 " No error "
14501 " Invalid parameter "
14502 " Invalid display "
14503 " Invalid window "
14504 " Invalid property "
14505 " Invalid property type "
14506 " Unable to connect to X server "
14507 " Too many X server connections "
14508 " Duplicate property name "
14509 " Duplicate property type name "
14510 " Property is used by an active callback "
14511 " Property type is used by an active property "
14512 " Property type mismatch "
14513 " Property unit mismatch "
14514 " Invalid index "
14515 " Property size mismatch "
14516 " Arithmetic overflow "
14517 " Function is not a valid callback "
14518 " Property not found on window "
14519 " Insufficient memory "
14520 " General X error (cause unknown) "
14521 " Connection to X server broken "
14550 " No Error "
14551 " Unable to register service "
14552 " Unable to establish connection "
14553 " Existing server "
14554 " Failed to connect "
14555 " Server not registered "
14556 " Too many connections "
14557 " Read failed "
14558 " Write failed "
14559 " Invalid parameter "
14560 " Insufficient memory "
14561 " Timeout error "
14562 " No connection established "
14563 " General IO error "
14564 " Connection closed "
14565 " Unable to load Winsock DLL "
14566 " Incorrect Winsock DLL version "
14567 " Network subsystem not ready "
14568 " Connections still open "
14569 " Disconnect pending "
14570 " Information not available "
14600 " No error "
14601 " Unable to register service "
14602 " Existing server "
14603 " Failed to connect "
14604 " Server not registered "
14605 " Too many conversations "
14606 " Invalid parameter "
14607 " Insufficient memory "
14608 " No connection established "
14609 " Not in thread in which server was registered "
14610 " Not in thread in which client connection was established "
14611 " Advise ACK time out "
14612 " DDE_FBUSY flag is set "
14613 " XTYP_REQUEST ACK time out "
14614 " DdeInitialize has not been called "
14615 " Server and client handle misuse "
14616 " Execute ACK time out "
14617 " Data formats mismatched "
14618 " Memory low "
14619 " Memory allocation failed "
14620 " Transaction failed "
14621 " Conversation not established "
14622 " Poke ACK time out "
14623 " Internal postmessage failed "
14624 " Server died before completion "
14625 " System internal error "
14626 " Unadvise ACK time out "
14627 " Transaction ID is invalid "
14650 " No error "
14651 " Unknown system error "
14652 " Invalid port number "
14653 " Port not open "
14654 " Unknown I/O error "
14655 " Unexpected internal error "
14656 " No port found "
14657 " Cannot open port "
14658 " Out of memory "
14659 " Unable to allocate system resources "
14660 " Invalid parameter "
14661 " Invalid baud rate "
14662 " Invalid parity "
14663 " Invalid number of data bits "
14664 " Invalid number of stop bits "
14665 " Bad file handle "
14666 " File I/O error "
14667 " Invalid count - must be 0 or greater "
14668 " Invalid interrupt level "
14669 " I/O operation timed out "
14670 " Out of range (0 - 255) "
14671 " Input queue size must be 0 or greater "
14672 " Output queue size must be 0 or greater "
14673 " General I/O error "
14674 " Buffer parameter is NULL "
14675 " Package sent but no ACK received "
14676 " Packet not sent within retry limit "
14677 " Packet not received within retry limit "
14678 " Unexpected EOT received "
14679 " Unable to read packet number "
14680 " Inconsistent packet number "
14681 " Unable to read packet data "
14682 " Unable to read checksum "
14683 " Checksum error "
14684 " Packet size greater than input queue size "
14685 " File open error "
14686 " File read error "
14687 " Did not receive initial NAK "
14688 " Did not receive ACK after EOT was sent "
14689 " File write error "
14690 " Did not receive SOH or EOT when expected "
14691 " Transfer was cancelled because CAN was received "
14692 " Invalid start delay "
14693 " Invalid maximum number of retries "
14694 " Invalid wait period "
14695 " Invalid packet size "
14696 " Unable to read CRC "
14697 " CRC error "
14800 " No such file or directory "
14801 " General I/O failure "
14802 " Insufficient memory "
14803 " Access denied "
14804 " File exists "
14805 " Invalid argument "
14806 " Too many open files "
14807 " No space left on device "
14808 " Domain error "
14809 " Range error "
14810 " File name too long "
14811 " Bad file handle "
14812 " No error "
14850 " No error "
14851 " File not found "
14852 " General I/O failure "
14853 " Bad file handle "
14854 " Insufficient memory "
14855 " File exists "
14856 " Access denied "
14857 " Invalid argument "
14858 " Too many open files "
14859 " Disk is full "
14860 " File name too long "


triumunlocker_M4only.rar > msgrte.txt

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0 " No error has occurred "
1 " The User Interface Manager could not be opened "
2 " The system font could not be loaded "
3 " The operation attempted cannot be performed while a pop-up panel is active "
4 " Panel, pop-up, or menu bar handle is invalid "
5 " Attempted to position panel at an invalid location "
6 " Attempted to make an inoperable control the active control "
7 " The operation requires that a panel be active "
8 " The operation requires that a pop-up be active "
9 " The operation requires that a menu bar be active "
10 " The control is not the type expected by the function "
11 " The ctrlId passed was not a valid menu item id "
12 " Out of memory! "
13 " Invalid control ID "
14 " Value is invalid or out of range "
15 " File is not a User Interface file or has been corrupted "
16 " File format is out-of-date "
17 " Image is corrupted or format is not supported "
18 " No user event possible in current configuration "
19 " Unable to open file "
20 " Error reading file "
21 " Error writing file "
22 " Error closing file "
23 " Panel state file has invalid format "
24 " Resource ID not found in user interface resource file "
25 " Error occurred during hardcopy output "
26 " Invalid default directory specified in FileSelectPopup function "
27 " Operation is invalid for specified object "
28 " Unable to find specified string in menu "
29 " Palette menu items can only be added to the end of the menu "
30 " Too many menus in the menu bar "
31 " Separators can't have checkmarks "
32 " Separators can't have submenus "
34 " The menu item can't be a separator "
35 " The item already has a submenu "
36 " The item does not have a submenu "
37 " The control id passed must be a menu id, a menu item id, or NULL "
38 " The control id passed must be a menu id or a menu item id "
39 " The ctrlId passed was not a submenu id "
40 " The ctrlId passed was not a valid menu id "
41 " The handle is not a menu bar handle "
42 " The handle is not a panel handle "
43 " The operation attempted cannot be performed while this pop-up panel is active "
44 " The specified Control/Panel/Menu doesn't have the specified attribute "
45 " The control type passed was not a valid type "
46 " The attribute passed is not valid "
47 " The fill option must be set to fill above or fill below to paint ring slide's fill color "
48 " The fill option must be set to fill above or fill below to paint numeric slide's fill color "
49 " The control passed is not a ring slide "
50 " The control passed is not a numeric slide "
51 " The control passed is not a ring slide with inc/dec arrows "
52 " The control passed is not a numeric slide with inc/dec arrows "
53 " The data type passed is not a valid data type for the control "
54 " The attribute passed is not valid for the data type of the control "
55 " The index passed is out of range "
56 " There are no items in the list control "
57 " The buffer passed was too small for the operation "
58 " The control does not have a value "
59 " The value passed is not in the list control "
60 " The control passed must be a list control "
61 " The control passed must be a list control or binary switch "
62 " The data type of the control passed must be set to string "
63 " That attribute is not a settable attribute "
64 " The value passed is not a valid control mode for this control "
65 " A NULL pointer was passed when a non-NULL pointer was expected "
66 " The text bg color on a menu ring can not be set or gotten "
67 " The ring control passed must be one of the menu ring styles "
68 " Text can not be colored transparent "
69 " A value can not be converted to the specified data type "
70 " Invalid tab order position for control "
71 " The tab order position of an indicator-only-control cannot be set "
72 " Invalid number "
73 " There is no menu bar installed for the panel "
74 " The control passed is not a text box "
75 " Invalid scroll mode for chart "
76 " Invalid image type for picture "
77 " The attribute is valid for child panels only\nSome attributes of top level panels are determined by the host operating system. "
78 " The list control passed is not in check mode "
79 " The control values could not be completely loaded into the panel\nbecause the panel has changed. "
80 " Maximum value must be greater than minimum value "
81 " Graph doesn't have that many cursors "
82 " Invalid plot "
83 " New cursor position is outside plot area "
84 " The length of the string exceeds the limit "
85 " The callback function, %s, specified in the UIR file, does not have the required prototype. "
86 " The callback function, %s, specified in the UIR file, " " is not a known function. If you are using an external " " compiler, you must include the UIR callbacks object file " " in the executable or DLL. "
87 " Graph cannot be in this mode without cursors "
88 " Invalid axis scaling mode for chart "
89 " The font passed is not in the meta font table "
90 " The attribute value passed is not valid "
91 " Too many files are open "
92 " Unexpectedly reached end of file "
93 " Input/Output error "
94 " File not found "
95 " File access permission denied "
96 " File access is not enabled "
97 " Disk is full "
98 " File already exists "
99 " File is already open "
100 " Badly formed pathname "
101 " File is damaged "
102 " Sorry, the format of the resource file is too old to read "
103 " File is damaged "
104 " The operation could not be performed "
105 " The control passed is not a ring knob, dial or gauge "
106 " The control passed is not a numeric knob, dial or gauge "
107 " The count passed is out of range "
108 " The keycode is not valid "
109 " The control passed is not a ring slide with a frame "
110 " Panel background cannot be colored transparent "
111 " Title background cannot be colored transparent "
112 " Not enough memory for printing "
113 " The shortcut key passed is reserved "
114 " The format of the file is newer than this version of CVI "
115 " System printing error "
116 " Driver printing error "
117 " The deferred callback queue is full "
118 " The mouse cursor passed is not valid "
119 " Cannot print while another printing operation is still active "
120 " Out of Windows GDI space "
121 " The panel must be visible "
122 " The control must be visible "
123 " The attribute is not valid for the type of plot "
124 " Intensity plots cannot use transparent colors "
125 " Color is invalid "
126 " The callback function, %s, differs only by a leading underscore from another " " function or variable. Change one of the names for proper linking. "
127 " Bitmap is invalid "
128 " There is no image in the control "
129 " This panel operation can be performed (if a top-level panel) " " only in the thread in which the panel was created, or " " (if a child panel) only in the thread in which the top-level " " parent panel was created. "
130 " Panel not found in .tui file "
131 " Menu bar not found in .tui file "
132 " Control style not found in .tui file "
133 " Missing tag or value in .tui file "
134 " Error reading or parsing .sub file "
400 " File selection restricted to current directory "
401 " Selection limited to files with \ " .%s\ " extension "
402 " The directory '%s'\n does not exist "
403 " Directory name must not include drive specifier "
404 " Directory already exists "
405 " does not exist in directory "
406 " Unable to make directory\n\ " %s\ " "
407 " File __Name: "
408 " List Files of __Type: "
409 " Dri__ves: "
410 " Make Directory "
411 " __Directories: "
412 " Directory (exclude drive): "
413 " Drive %s is not ready "
500 " An unspecified error has occurred, probably due to corrupted data "
501 " Sample Text "
503 " Untitled Control "
504 " Untitled Panel "
505 " The file is not a .tui file. "
1200 " OK "
1201 " Yes "
1202 " No "
1203 " Cancel "
1204 " Untitled "
1205 " Cannot find file "
1206 " Unable to open file "
1207 " Error reading file "
1208 " already exists. Do you want to overwrite it? "
1209 " already exist. Do you want to overwrite them? "
1210 " Maximum line length exceeded "
1211 " Ins "
1212 " Ovr "
1213 " Incorrect format or corrupted data in file "
1215 " Display "
1216 " Select "
1217 " Invalid pathname in file "
1218 " Unable to load DLL. "
1219 " & lt; & lt; Waiting For Input & gt; & gt; "
1220 " & lt; & lt; Waiting For Key & gt; & gt; "
1221 " __Full Path Names "
1222 " Default "
1223 " Unable to obtain application path "
1224 " Invalid file extension "
1225 " Path does not exist "
1226 " Invalid drive letter "
1227 " The tag \ " %s\ " is missing from section [%s],\n " " or it has no value. "
1228 " The value for tag \ " %s\ " in section [%s]\n " " is invalid. "
1229 " The value for tag \ " %s\ " in section [%s]\n " " is invalid. {%s} "
1230 " Error while loading section [%s].\n " " {%s} "
1231 " Invalid 32-bit number "
1232 " Invalid unsigned 32-bit number "
1233 " Invalid 16-bit number "
1234 " Invalid unsigned 16-bit number "
1235 " Invalid 8-bit number "
1236 " Invalid unsigned 8-bit number "
1237 " Invalid float number "
1238 " Invalid double number "
1239 " Invalid color value "
1240 " Invalid boolean value "
1241 " not found "
1242 " Unable to change to the directory of the project. "
1243 " Error in call to %s.\n\n "
1244 " Parent Panel Handle: %d\n "
1245 " UIR File Name: %s\n "
1246 " Panel Resource ID: %d\n "
1247 " Menu Bar Resource ID: %d\n "
1248 " hInstance: 0x%08x, %s\n "
1249 " \nError Code: %d\n "
1250 " & Unminimize "
1251 " & All Windows "
1252 " & lt; unnamed window & gt; "
1253 " DOS Compatibility Window "
1254 " Selected Files: "
1255 " File %s is already selected. "
1256 " Remove All "
1257 " Directory __Name: "
1258 " %s\n is not a directory. "
1259 " __OK "
1260 " __Select "
1261 " __Select All "
1262 " __Remove "
1263 " __Discard "
1264 " __Save "
1265 " __Load "
1266 " __Make Directory "
1267 " __Yes "
1268 " __No "
1269 " __Print... "
1270 " __Properties... "
1271 " __Change Printer... "
1272 " You must be in a valid directory to exit. "
1273 " & Save "
1274 " & Add "
1275 " & OK "
1276 " & Select "
1277 " & Load "
1278 " N__etwork... "
1279 " You must select at least one file. "
1280 " File extension limited to '%s' "
1281 " Cannot paint because Conform to System Colors is enabled for this panel.\nDo you want to disable it? "
1282 " Pathname exceeds maximum length of %ld characters. "
1283 " __All Files (*.*)... "
1284 " __Standard Input/Output "
1285 " This Beta of LabWindows/CVI has expired. "
6000 " .* "
6001 " .c "
6002 " .a "
6003 " .o "
6004 " .lib "
6005 " .obj "
6006 " .dll "
6007 " .pth "
6200 " Caps "
6201 " Cmd "
6202 " Ctrl "
6203 " Mk "
6204 " Opt "
6205 " Shift "
6206 " vkCtrlAltSysRequest "
6207 " vkBreak "
6208 " vkDown "
6209 " vkEnd "
6210 " vkF1 "
6211 " vkF10 "
6212 " vkF11 "
6213 " vkF12 "
6214 " vkF2 "
6215 " vkF3 "
6216 " vkF4 "
6217 " vkF5 "
6218 " vkF6 "
6219 " vkF7 "
6220 " vkF8 "
6221 " vkF9 "
6222 " vkHome "
6223 " vkInsert "
6224 " vkLeft "
6225 " vkPageDown "
6226 " vkPageUp "
6227 " vkRight "
6228 " vkUp "
6229 " Clear "
6230 " Enter "
6231 " Break "
6232 " Up "
6233 " Down "
6234 " Left "
6235 " Right "
6236 " Ins "
6237 " Del "
6238 " Home "
6239 " End "
6240 " PgUp "
6241 " PgDown "
6242 " Help "
6243 " F1 "
6244 " F2 "
6245 " F3 "
6246 " F4 "
6247 " F5 "
6248 " F6 "
6249 " F7 "
6250 " F8 "
6251 " F9 "
6252 " F10 "
6253 " F11 "
6254 " F12 "
6255 " Ctrl-Alt-SysRequest "
6256 " Esc "
6257 " Tab "
6258 " Del "
6259 " BkSp "
6260 " \021 "
6261 " M+ "
6262 " Ctrl+ "
6263 " Shift+ "
6264 " Caps+ "
6265 " Left "
6266 " Center "
6267 " Right "
6268 " Cancel "
6269 " Si__ze: "
6270 " __Font: "
6271 " __Justification: "
6272 " __Text Color: "
6273 " __Bold "
6274 " __Italic "
6275 " __Underline "
6276 " __Strikeout "
6277 " int "
6278 " unsigned int "
6279 " double "
6280 " float "
6281 " short int "
6282 " unsigned short int "
6283 " char "
6284 " unsigned char "
6285 " Select Color "
6286 " Red "
6287 " Blue "
6288 " Green "
6289 " Out of Range "
6290 " Min Value: "
6291 " Max Value: "
6292 " Default Value: "
6293 " Data Type: "
6294 " Ring Select Popup "
8000 " Aborted load of library \ " %s\ " . "
8001 " Aborted load of object module \ " %s\ " . "
8002 " Aborted load of member \ " %s\ " from library \ " %s\ " . "
8003 " Unexpected EOF. "
8004 " Bad OMF record at position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8005 " Bad name: OMF record position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8006 " Only object modules produced by WATCOM C 386 fully supported. "
8007 " Bad checksum: OMF record position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8008 " Bad location code: OMF record position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8009 " Bad method: OMF record position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8010 " Object module contains unsupported FAR pointers. "
8011 " Absolute segments not supported: segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8012 " Private segments not supported: segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8013 " Unsupported segment combination type %d: segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8014 " Unknown or unsupported OMF record at position %d: OMF record type %s. "
8015 " Segment must be USE32: segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8016 " Segment must be of class \ " CODE\ " , \ " DATA\ " , \ " BSS\ " , or \ " STACK\ " : segment name \ " %s\ " . "
8017 " Conflicting GRPDEF's: group name \ " %s\ " . "
8018 " Read error. "
8019 " Assertion failure in file \ " %s\ " at line %d. "
8020 " COFF Name too long. "
8021 " Bad COFF Library header. "
8022 " Bad COFF Library member header. "
8023 " Too many nested '#pragma DisableProtoChecking'. "
8024 " Missing matching '#pragma DisableProtoChecking' "
8025 " Compile Error At Unknown Coordinates:\n %s "
8026 " Bad library format encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8027 " Bad magic number encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8028 " Bad relocation record encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8029 " Bad BSS section encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8030 " Elf library is out of date. "
8031 " Error in Elf library encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8032 " Cannot link variable '%s' referenced in '%s' to import library '%s' without '%s' keyword in declaration. "
8033 " Symbol '%s' defined in modules '%s' and '%s'. " " In Borland mode, multiple modules must not contain " " uninitialized definitions of the same global variable. " " Borland creates a separate variable for each definition. " " LabWindows/CVI and other linkers resolve all definitions to the same variable. " " If you want separate variables, use different names or the \ " static\ " keyword. " " If you want one variable, change all definitions except one to \ " extern\ " declarations. "
8034 " Bad header encountered while reading external module: '%s'. "
8035 " Insufficient user data memory for project. "
8036 " Multiply defined symbol '%s' in modules '%s' and '%s'. "
8037 " Failed to open external module. "
8038 " No data section found for external module: '%s'. "
8039 " No data relocation section found for external module: '%s'. "
8040 " No symbol table found for external module: '%s'. "
8041 " No string table found for external module: '%s'. "
8042 " No text section found for external module: '%s'. "
8043 " No text relocation section found for external module: '%s'. "
8044 " %d undefined symbols: %s "
8045 " Link Error: %s "
8046 " Windows unable to load DLL \ " %s\ " . "
8047 " Windows could not find the DLL \ " %s\ " or one\nof the DLLs which is statically linked to it. "
8048 " Could not find the function or variable " " \n'%s' in the DLL \ " %s\ " . Make sure " " \nthat the most recent versions of both the import library " " \nand the DLL are being used and are in their proper " " \ndirectories. "
8049 " DLL Init Error: %s "
9054 " A Run-State Change Callback caused a protection fault. "
9055 " Unrecoverable Internal Error.\n " " Program will be aborted. "
9056 " An Exception occurred while loading %s. "
9057 " An Exception occurred while unloading %s. "
9058 " __Help "
9059 " & lt; __Back "
9060 " __Next & gt; "
9061 " __Finish "
9062 " Cancel "
9063 " The %s directive with the keyword %s was not found. "
9064 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Welcome "
9065 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Select an Instrument Driver "
9066 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - General Information "
9067 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Standard Operations "
9068 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - General Command Strings "
9069 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - ID Query "
9070 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Reset "
9071 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Self Test "
9072 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Error Query "
9073 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Revision "
9074 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Configure Serial Port "
9075 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Test "
9076 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard - Finish "
9077 " Instrument Driver Development Wizard Help "
9078 " Select Target Directory "
9079 " I/O __Interface "
9080 " Select Template "
9081 " *.fp "
9082 " GPIB "
9083 " VXI - message based "
9084 " VXI - register based "
9085 " Serial "
9086 " DeviceNet "
9087 " VISA Initialization "
9088 " Default Command "
9089 " ID Query "
9090 " Reset "
9091 " Self-Test "
9092 " Error Query "
9093 " Revision Query "
9094 " Return Code : 0x%x (%s) "
9095 " Bytes Sent : %d "
9096 " Manufacturer ID "
9097 " Expected : 0x%x "
9098 " Actual : 0x%x "
9099 " Expected : %s "
9100 " Actual : %s "
9101 " Match : %s "
9102 " Model Code "
9103 " Format String : %s "
9104 " Code : %d "
9105 " Message : %s "
9106 " Response "
9107 " Raw Buffer : %s "
9108 " "
9109 " Enter the general instrument driver information on this panel.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9110 " Select the type of instrument and the I/O interface.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9111 " Select the operations that your intrument supports.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9112 " ID Query information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9113 " Reset information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9114 " Self-Test information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9115 " Error Query information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9116 " Revision information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9117 " Test information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9118 " Finish information.\n\n " " For more information on each control, simply click the right mouse button over the control.\n "
9119 " Create New Driver\n " " -----------------\n " " Select this if you are going to create a new driver.\n\n "
9120 " Create Driver Based on Existing Driver\n " " --------------------------------------\n " " Select this if you are going to base your new driver on an existing driver.\n\n "
9121 " I/O Interface\n " " -------------\n " " Select the type of interface of your instrument.\n\n "
9122 " Type of Instrument\n " " ------------------\n " " Select the type of instrument driver to generate.\n\n "
9123 " Existing .fp File\n " " -----------------\n " " Enter the path of an .fp file for an existing instrument driver. " " The wizard will derive a new driver based on the existing driver.\n\n "
9124 " Browse\n " " ------\n " " Select to browse for the existing driver's .fp file.\n\n "
9125 " Instrument Name\n " " ---------------\n " " Enter the instrument model and a short description of the instrument.\n " " Example: National Instruments 123 Oscilloscope\n\n "
9126 " Instrument Prefix\n " " -----------------\n " " Enter a string (8 characters or less) that describes the instrument.\n " " This string will prefix all external function names. It will also be the base name of the generated driver files.\n " " Example: For a National Instruments 123 Oscilloscope, the prefix may be \ " ni123\ " \n\n "
9127 " Name\n " " ----\n " " Enter the name of the instrument driver developer.\n\n "
9128 " Phone\n " " -----\n " " Enter the phone number of the developer or company.\n\n "
9129 " Company\n " " -------\n " " Enter the name of the company.\n\n "
9130 " Fax\n " " ---\n " " Enter the fax number of the developer or the company.\n\n "
9131 " Target Directory\n " " ----------------\n " " Enter the target directory. The driver files will be generated into this directory.\n\n "
9132 " Browse\n " " ------\n " " Select to browse for a target directory.\n\n "
9133 " Default Command\n " " ---------------\n " " Enter the default setup string you wish to send to your instrument. " " This string will be sent after the instrument is initialized and after an " " instrument reset.\n " " Example: :HEADERS OFF\n\n "
9134 " Channel List String\n " " -------------------\n " " Enter the names of the instruments channels separated by commas. " " It is best to enter the channel names that will be used in the commands sent to the instrument.\n " " Example: A1,A2,D1,D2,D3,D4\n\n "
9135 " Identification Query\n " " --------------------\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports an identification query.\n " " If your instrument's I/O interface is VXI, you will not be able to uncheck this box.\n\n "
9136 " Reset\n " " -----\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports a reset.\n\n "
9137 " Self-Test\n " " ---------\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports a self-test.\n\n "
9138 " Error Query\n " " -----------\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports an error query.\n\n "
9139 " Revision Query\n " " --------------\n " " Check this box if your instrument supports a firmware revision query.\n\n "
9140 " ID Query Command\n " " ----------------\n " " Enter the instrument identification query command.\n " " Example: *IDN?\n\n "
9141 " Expected ID Query Response\n " " --------------------------\n " " Enter the string that your instrument sends in response to an identification query.\n " " Note: Be sure to enter the response string exactly (with spaces, commas, etc.) as the instrument will return it. " " The driver uses this string to compare with the actual instrument response in order to determine that the correct " " instrument is being addressed. The entire response string is not required. Enter enough to identify the instrument.\n " " Example: National Instruments,123,000000,V1.0 (whole string)\n " " OR\n " " National Instruments,123 (partial string for identification)\n\n "
9142 " Model Code\n " " ----------\n " " Enter the instrument model code.\n " " Example: 0x1234\n\n "
9143 " Manufacturer ID\n " " ---------------\n " " Enter the instrument manufacturer ID.\n " " Example: 0x1234\n\n "
9144 " Reset Command\n " " -------------\n " " Enter the command that causes the instrument to perform a reset.\n " " Example: *RST\n\n "
9145 " Self-Test Command\n " " -----------------\n " " Enter the command that causes the instrument to perform a self-test and return the results.\n " " Example: *TST?\n\n "
9146 " Self-Test Response Contents\n " " ---------------------------\n " " Select the expected data format in the instrument response buffer. " " Instruments typically return data in one of three formats. " " These formats are: code only, string only, and string and code. " " If the instrument does not return data in one of these formats, select Custom and " " enter the custom format string in the Format String control.\n " " Note: A custom format string can not be applied to the data returned by the instrument during " " the tests run by the wizard. The data is shown exactly as returned by the instrument.\n\n "
9147 " Format Choices\n " " --------------\n " " Select the format of the expected response to the current command.\n\n "
9148 " Format String\n " " -------------\n " " This control shows the format string that will be applied to the response buffer. " " To enter a custom format string, select Custom in the Self-Test Response Contents control.\n\n "
9149 " Error Query Command\n " " -------------------\n " " Enter the instrument error query command.\n " " Example: :SYST:ERR?\n\n "
9150 " Error Query Response Contents\n " " ---------------------------\n " " Select the expected data format in the instrument response buffer. " " Instruments typically return data in one of three formats. " " These formats are: code only, string only, and string and code. " " If the instrument does not return data in one of these formats, select Custom and " " enter the custom format string in the Format String control.\n " " Note: A custom format string can not be applied to the data returned by the instrument during " " the tests run by the wizard. The data is shown exactly as returned by the instrument.\n\n "
9151 " Format Choices\n " " --------------\n " " Select the format of the expected response to the current command.\n\n "
9152 " Format String\n " " -------------\n " " This control shows the format string that will be applied to the response buffer. " " To enter a custom format string, select Custom in the Error Query Response Contents control.\n\n "
9153 " Revision Command\n " " ----------------\n " " Enter the instrument firmware revision query.\n " " Example: *IDN?\n\n "
9154 " Format Choices\n " " --------------\n " " Enter the format string for the firmware revision query response. " " The format string should output only the firmware revision. You may need to have other modifiers " " in the string but they must be discarded within the format string. Example: %*[^,],%[^\\n] will " " discard the beginning string and output the second string as the firmware revision query response. " " The wizard provides some of the common response formats. If the instrument does not return data in " " one of these formats, select Custom and enter the custom format string in the Format String control.\n " " Example: To format a SCPI response like \ " National Instruments,123,000000,V1.1\ " " " (where V1.1 is the firmware revision) use:\n " " %*[^,],%*[^,],%*[^,],%[^\\n] \n " " (the first 3 strings will be discarded by the * modifier)\n\n "
9155 " Format String\n " " -------------\n " " This control shows the format string that will be applied to the response buffer. " " To enter a custom format string, select Custom in the Format Choices control.\n\n "
9156 " Baud Rate\n " " ---------\n " " Select the baud rate to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9157 " Parity\n " " ------\n " " Select the parity to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9158 " Data Bits\n " " ---------\n " " Select the number of data bits to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9159 " Stop Bits\n " " ---------\n " " Select the number of stop bits to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9160 " Input Queue Size\n " " ----------------\n " " Enter the input queue size to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9161 " Output Queue Size\n " " -----------------\n " " Enter the output queue size to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9162 " Timeout\n " " -------\n " " Enter the timeout (in seconds) to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9163 " Read Terminator\n " " ---------------\n " " Select the terminator used when reading from the serial instrument.\n\n "
9164 " Write Terminator\n " " ----------------\n " " Select the terminator used when writing to the serial instrument.\n\n "
9165 " Flow Control\n " " ------------\n " " Select the type of flow control to use when communicating with the serial instrument.\n\n "
9166 " Platform\n " " --------\n " " Select the VXI Platform that you are using.\n\n "
9167 " GPIB Address\n " " ------------\n " " Enter the GPIB address of the instrument.\n\n "
9168 " COM Port\n " " --------\n " " Enter the COM Port (1-32) of the intrument.\n\n "
9169 " VXI Logical Address\n " " -------------------\n " " Enter the logical address of the VXI instrument.\n\n "
9170 " Reset Delay\n " " -----------\n " " Enter the number of seconds to delay after performing an instrument reset. " " If a reset delay is not needed, enter 0 in this control.\n\n "
9171 " Self-Test Delay\n " " ---------------\n " " Enter the number of seconds to delay after performing an instrument self-test. " " If a self-test delay is not needed, enter 0 in this control.\n\n "
9172 " Run Tests\n " " ---------\n " " Activate this button to begin testing.\n\n "
9173 " Launch Attribute Editor\n " " -----------------------\n " " Check this box to launch the attribute editor when finished.\n\n "
9174 " Show Help on Instrument Driver Creation\n " " ---------------------------------------\n " " Check this box to see the help file when finished.\n\n "
9175 " Invalid target directory: %s "
9176 " on line %ld "
9177 " Invalid prefix or filename: %s "
9178 " Invalid number of arguments "
9179 " Keyword not found "
9180 " Invalid Tab depth argument "
9181 " No opening bracket "
9182 " No closing bracket "
9183 " Error in parsing template. "
9184 " Control '%s' must not be empty. "
9185 " Are you sure you want to quit the instrument driver development wizard? "
9186 " System error occured. Check VISA installation. "
9187 " %s Configuration Error: 0x%x (%s) "
9188 " Serial Port Configuration "
9189 " Initialization "
9190 " Baud Rate "
9191 " Parity "
9192 " Data Bits "
9193 " Stop Bits "
9194 " Input Queue Size "
9195 " Output Queue Size "
9196 " Read Flush On Access "
9197 " Write Flush On Access "
9198 " Timeout "
9199 " Read Term "
9200 " Write Term "
9201 " Flow Control "
9202 " ...Passed "
9203 " are required for this operation. "
9204 " Control '%s' requires a valid .fp file path. "
9205 " Revision : %s "
9206 " Error running the test executable. Make sure VISA is installed correctly. "
9207 " There are two entries in section '%s' of %s with the keyword '%s'. The second entry will be ignored. "
9208 " The section '%s' does not exist or is empty in the .ini file %s. "
9209 " Generating Instrument "
9210 " Could not run the test executable. "
12500 " Print "
12501 " Printer Info "
12502 " __Name: "
12503 " Status: "
12504 " Type: "
12505 " Where: "
12506 " Comment: "
12507 " Filter: "
12508 " Eject page after pr__inting "
12509 " Print to __file "
12510 " Graphics Options "
12511 " __Width: "
12512 " __Height: "
12513 " Hori__zontal offset: "
12514 " __Vertical offset: "
12515 " Force blac__k & white "
12516 " Scale to sc__reen "
12517 " Visible area onl__y "
12518 " Use Bi__tmap Printing "
12519 " Entire paper "
12520 " Specify in millimeters/10 "
12521 " Proportional to width "
12522 " Proportional to height "
12523 " Centered "
12524 " Text Options "
12525 " Show line n__umbers "
12526 " Show page num__bers "
12527 " Show __date "
12528 " Show ti__me "
12529 " Show fi__le name "
12530 " Wrap te__xt "
12531 " Sele__ction only "
12532 " T__ab interval: "
12533 " S__elect Font "
12534 " __Show Graphics Options "
12535 " __Show Text Options "
12536 " Idle "
12537 " Busy "
12538 " Door open "
12539 " Error "
12540 " Initializing "
12541 " Input/Output cctive "
12542 " Manual feed "
12543 " Out of toner "
12544 " Not available "
12545 " Offline "
12546 " Out of memory "
12547 " Bin Full "
12548 " Cannot print current page "
12549 " Paper jam "
12550 " Out of paper "
12551 " Paper problem "
12552 " Paused "
12553 " Deleting job "
12554 " Printing "
12555 " Processing "
12556 " Low toner "
12557 " User intervention required "
12558 " document(s) waiting "
12559 " Waiting "
12560 " Warming up "
12561 " Print Output File "
12562 " Print Output File for %s "
12563 " Portrait "
12564 " Landscape "
12565 " Simplex "
12566 " Horiz. Duplex "
12567 " Vert. Duplex "
12568 " Requested: "
12569 " Actual: "
12570 " Paper Width "
12571 " Paper Height "
12572 " X Offset "
12573 " Y Offset "
12574 " # of Copies "
12575 " X Resolution "
12576 " Y Resolution "
12577 " Orientation "
12578 " Duplex Mode "
12579 " Unknown Value "
12580 " There is currently an open document.\n " " (ATTR_EJECT_AFTER was not set as of your last\n " " print operation). For some attributes, you\n " " are restricted to the values already in place. "
12581 " This client process does not have permission\n " " to change the default printer settings.\n " " \n " " You will now see the Windows dialog in which\n " " you can specify your preferences directly. "
12582 " Print Warning "
12583 " Change Printer "
12584 " on "
12585 " Specific Printer: "
12586 " Default Printer: "
12587 " Printers "
12588 " Enter new printer: "
12589 " Printing %s "
12590 " Page "
12591 " More... "
12592 " Decimal "
12593 " Hex "
12594 " Octal "
12595 " Binary "
13600 " PM "
13601 " AM "
13602 " %m/%d/%y "
13603 " %H:%M:%S "
13604 " %b %d %H:%M:%S %Y "
13605 " Sun "
13606 " Mon "
13607 " Tue "
13608 " Wed "
13609 " Thu "
13610 " Fri "
13611 " Sat "
13612 " Sunday "
13613 " Monday "
13614 " Tuesday "
13615 " Wednesday "
13616 " Thursday "
13617 " Friday "
13618 " Saturday "
13619 " Jan "
13620 " Feb "
13621 " Mar "
13622 " Apr "
13623 " May "
13624 " Jun "
13625 " Jul "
13626 " Aug "
13627 " Sep "
13628 " Oct "
13629 " Nov "
13630 " Dec "
13631 " January "
13632 " February "
13633 " March "
13634 " April "
13635 " May "
13636 " June "
13637 " July "
13638 " August "
13639 " September "
13640 " October "
13641 " November "
13642 " December "
13643 " :(1986)040102+0:110102-0:(1967)040102-0:110102-0 "
13644 " Usage: cvirt5 appname [argfile]\n " " where\n " " - appname is the full pathname of the application\n " " - argfile is name of the file (without the path) containing the\n " " command line arguments for the application.\n " " - argfile is in the same directory as the application.\n " " - the first three characters of argfile are \ " CVI\ " ,\n " " followed by the arguments. "
13645 " %s is not a valid LabWindows/CVI Executable. "
13646 " Could not open "
13647 " Error Reading File "
13648 " Could not open command line arguments file "
13649 " This application executable was created by LabWindows/CVI\n " " version %s, which is not compatible with version %s of the\n " " LabWindows/CVI Run-Time Engine. You need a more recent\n " " version of the Run-Time Engine to run this application. "
13650 " Too many processes are currently running. "
13651 " Could not run executable. "
13652 " Execute permission denied for HyperHelp "
13653 " The path or one of the directories names is too long. "
13654 " The HHPATH environment variable does not contain a valid path. "
13655 " HyperHelp executable '%s' not found.\nSet the \ " HHPATH\ " environment variable to the correct path. "
14450 " Unknown error number "
14500 " No error "
14501 " Invalid parameter "
14502 " Invalid display "
14503 " Invalid window "
14504 " Invalid property "
14505 " Invalid property type "
14506 " Unable to connect to X server "
14507 " Too many X server connections "
14508 " Duplicate property name "
14509 " Duplicate property type name "
14510 " Property is used by an active callback "
14511 " Property type is used by an active property "
14512 " Property type mismatch "
14513 " Property unit mismatch "
14514 " Invalid index "
14515 " Property size mismatch "
14516 " Arithmetic overflow "
14517 " Function is not a valid callback "
14518 " Property not found on window "
14519 " Insufficient memory "
14520 " General X error (cause unknown) "
14521 " Connection to X server broken "
14550 " No Error "
14551 " Unable to register service "
14552 " Unable to establish connection "
14553 " Existing server "
14554 " Failed to connect "
14555 " Server not registered "
14556 " Too many connections "
14557 " Read failed "
14558 " Write failed "
14559 " Invalid parameter "
14560 " Insufficient memory "
14561 " Timeout error "
14562 " No connection established "
14563 " General IO error "
14564 " Connection closed "
14565 " Unable to load Winsock DLL "
14566 " Incorrect Winsock DLL version "
14567 " Network subsystem not ready "
14568 " Connections still open "
14569 " Disconnect pending "
14570 " Information not available "
14600 " No error "
14601 " Unable to register service "
14602 " Existing server "
14603 " Failed to connect "
14604 " Server not registered "
14605 " Too many conversations "
14606 " Invalid parameter "
14607 " Insufficient memory "
14608 " No connection established "
14609 " Not in thread in which server was registered "
14610 " Not in thread in which client connection was established "
14611 " Advise ACK time out "
14612 " DDE_FBUSY flag is set "
14613 " XTYP_REQUEST ACK time out "
14614 " DdeInitialize has not been called "
14615 " Server and client handle misuse "
14616 " Execute ACK time out "
14617 " Data formats mismatched "
14618 " Memory low "
14619 " Memory allocation failed "
14620 " Transaction failed "
14621 " Conversation not established "
14622 " Poke ACK time out "
14623 " Internal postmessage failed "
14624 " Server died before completion "
14625 " System internal error "
14626 " Unadvise ACK time out "
14627 " Transaction ID is invalid "
14650 " No error "
14651 " Unknown system error "
14652 " Invalid port number "
14653 " Port not open "
14654 " Unknown I/O error "
14655 " Unexpected internal error "
14656 " No port found "
14657 " Cannot open port "
14658 " Out of memory "
14659 " Unable to allocate system resources "
14660 " Invalid parameter "
14661 " Invalid baud rate "
14662 " Invalid parity "
14663 " Invalid number of data bits "
14664 " Invalid number of stop bits "
14665 " Bad file handle "
14666 " File I/O error "
14667 " Invalid count - must be 0 or greater "
14668 " Invalid interrupt level "
14669 " I/O operation timed out "
14670 " Out of range (0 - 255) "
14671 " Input queue size must be 0 or greater "
14672 " Output queue size must be 0 or greater "
14673 " General I/O error "
14674 " Buffer parameter is NULL "
14675 " Package sent but no ACK received "
14676 " Packet not sent within retry limit "
14677 " Packet not received within retry limit "
14678 " Unexpected EOT received "
14679 " Unable to read packet number "
14680 " Inconsistent packet number "
14681 " Unable to read packet data "
14682 " Unable to read checksum "
14683 " Checksum error "
14684 " Packet size greater than input queue size "
14685 " File open error "
14686 " File read error "
14687 " Did not receive initial NAK "
14688 " Did not receive ACK after EOT was sent "
14689 " File write error "
14690 " Did not receive SOH or EOT when expected "
14691 " Transfer was cancelled because CAN was received "
14692 " Invalid start delay "
14693 " Invalid maximum number of retries "
14694 " Invalid wait period "
14695 " Invalid packet size "
14696 " Unable to read CRC "
14697 " CRC error "
14800 " No such file or directory "
14801 " General I/O failure "
14802 " Insufficient memory "
14803 " Access denied "
14804 " File exists "
14805 " Invalid argument "
14806 " Too many open files "
14807 " No space left on device "
14808 " Domain error "
14809 " Range error "
14810 " File name too long "
14811 " Bad file handle "
14812 " No error "
14850 " No error "
14851 " File not found "
14852 " General I/O failure "
14853 " Bad file handle "
14854 " Insufficient memory "
14855 " File exists "
14856 " Access denied "
14857 " Invalid argument "
14858 " Too many open files "
14859 " Disk is full "
14860 " File name too long "

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