F Operation method
On the menu of the function to be selected, press the <ENTER> key to
select that function.
SYSTEM DATA LOADING screen
Selecting “1.SYSTEM DATA LOADING” causes the file selection
screen, such as that shown below, to appear. Pressing the <±> or <°>
key on the keyboard of the PC, the names of the files in the memory card
are displayed sequentially. When the name of the file to be loaded is
displayed, press <ENTER> to start the loading of the file.
: File selection screen
While loading is in progress, a screen such as that shown below appears.
: The name of the file being loaded is dis-
played, and the “LOADING” indication
Upon the completion of loading, the system returns to the “file selection
To return to the initial screen, press <ENTER> while “END” is displayed on
SYSTEM DATA CHECK screen
This screen displays a list of files contained in the flash memory in the
Power Mate, as well as the number of 128KB management units of each
of these files and the series and edition of the software.
F Operation procedure
Selecting “2.SYSTEM DATA CHECK” causes the file information
screen, such as that shown below, to appear.
Pressing <±> or <°> causes other file information to be displayed.
1. NC BASIC (10)
: File information screen
The number of management unit used is
enclosed in parentheses. (One unit is
equal to 128 KB.)
Pressing the <ENTER> key while a file name is displayed causes detailed
information (series, ROM number, edition, and internal management
number (up to 16), such as that shown below, to be displayed.
0.88F0 801A 000
: Detailed file information screen
To return to the “file information screen,” press <ENTER> while “END” is
displayed on the screen. To return from the “file information screen” to the
initial screen, press <ENTER> while “END” is displayed on the screen.
Systems files, such as those whose file names are “NC BASIC” and
“DG SERVO” on the flash memory, have parity information embedded
for each of their management units. If the file name or parity field on the
check screen contains a non–ASCII character or “@,” the flash memory
may have been destroyed or a damaged file may have been loaded.
If this occurs, execute loading from the memory card again. User files,
such as “PMC–RB” and “PCD 0.5M,” do not have any parity information
embedded for each of their management units. A non–ASCII character
and “@” may be displayed in the display of series and edition
information, but this does not mean that the file has been destroyed.