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Trial and error. -Rob Incredibly right. Inside diameter is 9.125 inches, but I theorize that a 9 inch belt may also be just fine. There’s a lot of random forum posts out there, telling you to adjust the potentiometer on the motor to adjust the drive speed, or the read head on the disk drive. Don't forget to check the other link as well (i updated my post).

I've talked about this on the forums before but my first eBay auction win was an untested Sega CD Model 1. When reading the data, if the number of files on the disk does not match the declared number of files then the programme throws an error message; possibly with in-game 'Don't Perhaps on a long weekend... Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Classic Gaming Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video

Reply With Quote 08-22-2006,10:27 AM #8 PingvinBlueJeans View Profile View Forum Posts Apple (Level 5) Join Date Aug 2006 Posts 1,110 No, I have original set-up (Japanese Famicom & FDS). I bug him about it every six months or so, but nada. The guy that mailed me his system has done work to it before and said something about had to use a new screw on it. Note: This was originally from this threadP.S.

Even after cart technology surpassed the disks, the Disk System remained popular merely for this price factor. The spindle (if you were looking straight down at the top, would be moving counter-clockwise). Schließen Weitere Informationen View this message in English Du siehst YouTube auf Deutsch. Err.20'Screen data differs'; I am not sure about this error, or its description.

Err. 04 = Disk card not authenticated (game maker ID). Diese Funktion ist zurzeit nicht verfügbar. I would assume maybe dirty heads or maybe a bad sector on the disk. So, it's really just a matter of how ar you'll go to try to narrow it down.

Hinzufügen Playlists werden geladen... That other stuff is too much of a project for me right now. Maybe I should try that? ERROR 23 File recognition block #$02 can’t read for several reasons and cant be ignored.

Beat me to it. :-) For those that don't want to click the link and scroll way down, here: DRIVE AND DISK ERRORS The most common problem with Famicom Disk System, It's probably easier to just replace the faulty disk. Lather, rinse, and repeat until it boots up like normal.EDIT: Turns out that it wasn't a good solution at all.To counter that error, you have to unscrew 6 screws, turn it Although they may be so rare that there is absolutely no documentation regarding them, I would add any that I uncover for the purpose of having a complete list; I like

Wird geladen... It was never a very popular Famicom accessory for this very reason: There were too many errors! -- 22 possible errors to be exact. I just try it a few times to see if it dumps it right. Although, speaking of rewriting disks, in addition to the non-working DDP, I have a factory copy of Famicom Grand Prix: F1 Race that for some reason has the FGP II: 3D

Please do not beg for this: I offer complete FDS service and restoration for those unable to complete the task on their own, or for those who wish to have it Afterwards, I reassembled the system and all of my games have been loading flawlessly. It was pure hell (and fun, lol) to make these docs. Melde dich bei YouTube an, damit dein Feedback gezählt wird.

Some disks are just tougher than others for it to load when the drive ages. The FDS senses a disk in the drive, but can' make any sense of the data on it. It'll let you know how we run this board and the rules by which to abide. I presume it is actually a block error of some kind, based on how it is categorized numerically.

So, if you can build a cable and can run win 98 (or any OS that does a true DOS mode), you can check the integrity of any disk to see Schließen Weitere Informationen View this message in English Du siehst YouTube auf Deutsch. Since Nintendo discontinued servicing FDS drives in the early 2000s, replacing drive belts and calibrating drives is left to those who still want to load games using the disk system. No, create an account now.

Err. 30 = No space left on disk card (full). I've gotta get another copy of that. Me neither. Schließen Ja, ich möchte sie behalten Rückgängig machen Schließen Dieses Video ist nicht verfügbar.

Any suggestions would be greatly appricated! I only have one disk so maybe it is just the disk I have is the issue. If all blocks are red, you're all set. Error Codes When a disk is unable to be correctly read by the system, frustratingly simple and ill-explained error messages are displayed on-screen, leaving the user unsure of the exact problem.

Nintendo was apparently a little more lax in their Disk System packaging guidelines than on regular Famicom cart packaging. Wird verarbeitet... ERROR 25 File data block recognition #$04 can't read and cant be ignored. Reply With Quote 08-22-2006,01:19 PM #9 rbudrick View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ryu Hayabusa (Level 16) Join Date Sep 2002 Location Buying the rare ones, moments before you get

ERROR 31 Data number of a disk card doesn't match up. here 1210 10/14/2016 09:39 PM by IBtiM (6) Forum » Home Top ©2016 Bucket Head Media, LLC.. I've just never heard them called that before, but I guess they are usually kind of L shaped! Anmelden Teilen Mehr Melden Möchtest du dieses Video melden?