[Answer ID: 11677]

What does the message on the LCD display indicate when the ERROR LED is turned on? (TS-X series)

Created 03/09/2011 13:21  |   Updated 04/24/2014 06:50

Refer to the following boxes which is listed the meaning of LED blinking and the resolution.

Examples of LCD

Meaning

Resolution

E00

SYSTEM Error
MPU No Response

System is not responding.

Unplug the power code of the TeraStation and reboot it. If the error still persists, contact Buffalo's service center for repair.

E01

DRAM LINES
DATA Failure

Some parts of internal IC is not working properly.

Unplug the power code of the TeraStation and reboot it. If the error still persists, contact Buffalo's service center for repair.

E02

DRAM LINES
ADDRESS Failure

E03

RTC Chip
No RTC Clock

E04

SYSTEM Error
Can't Load Krnl!

The firmware is corrupted.

Try rebooting the TeraStation 4 or 5 times until the TeraStation will boot up in EM mode, and update the firmware. If the error still persists, contact Buffalo's service center for repair.

E05

WDT
SYSTEM Stopped

System hung up.

Unplug the power code of the TeraStation and reboot it. If the error still persists, contact Buffalo's service center for repair.

E06

TFTP MODE
Lost boot image

The firmware is corrupted.

Unplug the power code of the TeraStation and reboot it. If the error still persists, contact Buffalo's service center for repair.

E07

HD ALL
All HD Not Found

Hard disks are not found.

Hard drives may be not connected or may be damaged. Try reconnecting them after shutting down hard drives.

E10

UPS
Dependent Mode

Operating using UPS battery due to the power outage. System will be shut down safely.

Check the power supplied to UPS, and turn TeraStation on if there is no problem on UPS.

I10

SYSTEM
TOO HOT!

Temperature in the system may be over the limits of warranty.

Do not place any object around the TeraStation. Or move the TeraStation to the cooler place.

E11

SYSTEM Error
Fan Failure

There is a problem with the number of fan spinning.

Check if there are any objects or dusts on the fan. If you see any objects or dusts, remove them by tweezers or an air duster. The error still persists, contact Buffalo's service center for repair.

E12

SYSTEM Error
Cooling Failure

Temperature in the system is over the limits of warranty.

Do not place any object around the TeraStation. Or move the TeraStation to the cooler place.

E13

RAID Error
ARRAYx Error

An error occurs in Xth RAID array. When rebooting the TeraStation, it will run as degrade mode when RAID 1 or RAID 5 is used.

You can use an erroneous drive by rebuilding, but it is recommended that you replace the erroneous drive immediately.

E14

RAID Arrayx
Can't Mount

Xth RAID array could not be mounting.

Try disk check for RAID array on the web admin.

E15

HDx Error
Many Bad Sectors

The bad sector in xth hard drive has reached the dangerous zone.

Replace Xth hard drive.

E16

HDx Error
HDx Not Found

Cannot find the Xth hard drive.

The Xth hard drive may not be connect or may be damaged. Replace the hard drive.

E22

HDx Error
HDx Can't Mount

Failed to mount the hard drive.

Format the hard disk. After formatting, reboot the system. If the error is still displayed, replace the hard disk. The error still persists, contact BUFFALO's service center for repair.

E23

HDx Error
HDx Is Faulty

An error occurred and the Xth hard disk was removed from RAID array.

Replace Xth hard drive.

E26

Replication
Replicate Failure

The error occurred during Replication.

Click [Resynchronize] under [System] - [Backup] - [Replication] in the Web Admin interface. The error still persists, contact BUFFALO's service center for repair.

E30

HDx Broken E30 Replace the DISK (When FW Ver.1.51 is applied)

An error occurred and the Xth hard disk was removed from RAID array.

Replace Xth hard drive.



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