Fanuc Power Mate i-D/H Maintenance Manual

B63175EN/03
F. SETTING/DISPLAY/MAINTENANCE
USING THE MAIN UNIT OF
THE Power Mate i
APPENDIX
559
Primary Explanation
Tertiary and
subsequent
operation
Secondary
Restores system files in a batch (restoration from a memory card).
D All the system files that can be loaded into the FROM are restored in a batch.
D If the write protect switch of the memory card is not set, an alarm is generated. (The data can also be
restored by maintenance operation in the boot system in the similar manner.)
D After completing the primary selection, pressing the pushbutton switch again starts processing.
D After processing starts, the indication on the 7segment LED changes as follows:
(Lowspeed blinking) : Restoration in progress (executed after the pushbutton switch is
pressed)
(On) : Normal termination
(On) : An alarm is generated. (Abnormal memory card, write protect
switch set to OFF, and so forth)
D When there are more than one file of the same type
The file list on the memory card (files are arranged in the order they were saved on the memory card) is
checked to see whether there are more than one system file of the same type (files having different file
names but belonging to the same type). When there is no other system file that belongs to the same type
as the type of a system file, that file is restored unconditionally.
If there are system files of which extensions are in the numeric form [XXX] and they are of the same type,
a system file having the largest extension value is restored. If the values of the extensions of these system
files are the same, the system file that appears last among these files in the file list is restored. If system
files are the same, and some of these files have numeric extensions but the others have nonnumeric
extensions, the system file that appears last among these files in the file list is restored.
[Example]
File list System file type Extension
NC_BASIC.000 NC_BASIC 000
PMCRB.000 PMCRB 000
GERMAN.MEM GERMAN MEM
PMCRB.001 PMCRB 001
GERMAN.001 GERMAN 001
88F0_B.MEM NC_BASIC MEM
PMCRB.002 PMCRB 002
88E0_B.MEM NC_BASIC MEM
Files to be restored finally
GERMAN.001
PMCRB.002
88E0_B.MEM

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