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Question on Programming DCS PC5010

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TxNative

Jan 1, 1970
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Programming a DCS PC5010 using DLS. Getting an error message "Access code
#40 has been programmed but is not assigned to any partition".
The only codes currently programmed are the Installer Code, Master Code, and
Downloading Access Code.
There are no User Access codes programmed.
What code is Access Code #40 ?
Any ideas on why I am getting the error?

Thanks
 
J

Jim Rojas

Jan 1, 1970
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Code 40 is the partition 1 master code.

Next to the user code you will see a few check boxes. Make sure partition
one is selected.

Jim Rojas
 
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alarman

Jan 1, 1970
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Jim Rojas said:
Code 40 is the partition 1 master code.

Next to the user code you will see a few check boxes. Make sure partition
one is selected.

Jim Rojas

Damn!
Do you ever sleep??
js
 
T

TxNative

Jan 1, 1970
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Thanks for the help.

When I look at the "User Access Code" list, there is no code shown for Part
1 Master. When I input a code for Part 1 Master it shows up as Access Code
#41 on the error log.

Could Access Code #40 be the "System Master" access code?

In the User Access Code List the box to the right of Systerm Master
indicating Partition 1 is marked NO. However, it is grayed out and I can't
get it to allow me to change it to YES.

If this is the code giving me the problem, I have been unable to find where
to enable it for Part 1.
 
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Jim Rojas

Jan 1, 1970
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Give me a call. I can help you out better that way.

Jim Rojas
(813) 884-6335 Cell
 
T

TxNative

Jan 1, 1970
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Thanks Jim,
Will Call.


Jim Rojas said:
Give me a call. I can help you out better that way.

Jim Rojas
(813) 884-6335 Cell
 
T

TxNative

Jan 1, 1970
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Thanks for the help Jim.
As you suggested, I reset everything and reprogrammed.
Now there is no error message. Not sure what was causing the error earlier
but it is gone now. I have compared printouts of both files and I can't find
any difference in the programming.
Thanks again for the help.
 
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Jim Rojas

Jan 1, 1970
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The data somehow got corrupted during the transfer. It's not uncommon.

Jim Rojas
 
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