[Answer ID: 14563]

What does the LCD message stand for?

Created 07/30/2012 12:38  |   Updated 11/11/2013 14:12

The LCD display can be cycled through different modes by pressing the display button on the front of the TeraStation. Also, the items displayed can be configured at [Management] - [Notifications] - [Front Panel Display Settings] in Settings.

 

 

 

Errors

 

Status

 

 

 

Errors

 

LCD Message Description Corrective Action

 

BOOT FAIL

Hard drive not found.

Contact Buffalo technical support for assistance.
E04

SYSTEM Error E04
Can't Load Krnl!

The firmware is corrupted. Contact Buffalo technical support for assistance.
E10

UPS E10
Dependent Mode

The TeraStation is running on the UPS battery due to a power outage. The system will now be shut down safely. Check that power is being supplied to the UPS, and if there are no problems, turn on the TeraStation.
I10

SYSTEM I10
TOO HOT !

A rise in the system temperature may have exceeded the allowable safety value. Move the TeraStation to a cool location. Do not place objects in the area around the TeraStation.
E11

SYSTEM Error E11
Fan Failure

An error occurred in the fan speed. Check that no foreign objects or dust are clogging the fan. If any foreign objects or dust are found, use a pair of tweezers, air duster, or other tool to remove them. If the error is displayed again, contact Buffalo technical support for assistance.

E12

SYSTEM Error E12
Cooling Failure

A rise in the system temperature may have exceeded the allowable safety value. Do not place objects in the area around the TeraStation. Also, move the TeraStation to a cool location.

E14

RAID Arrayx E14
Can't Mount

RAID array X cannot be mounted. Run the RAID array disk check in Settings.
E16

HDx Error E16
HDx Not Found

Unable to find hard drive X. Hard drive X may be disconnected or may have failed. After shutting down, reinstall the hard drive.
E22

HDx Error E22
HDx Can't Mount

Mounting of hard drive X failed. Format the hard drive. After formatting, if the error still appears after rebooting, replace the hard drive. If the error is displayed again, contact Buffalo technical support for assistance.
E27

FailOver E27
LostBackupTarget

Unable to find the backup TeraStation.

In the main TeraStation's settings, navigate to [Backup] - [Failover] to reconfigure the backup TeraStation for failover.

E30

HDx Broken E30
Replace the DISK

An error occurred, so hard drive X was removed from the RAID array. Replace hard drive X.

 

 

 

 

 

Status

After you change settings or format a hard drive, the current status is displayed on the LCD.

 

LCD Message Description Corrective Action
I11

HDx Warning I11
Bad Sectors

The bad sectors in hard drive X may have reached a dangerous level.

Replace hard drive X.
I12

Operation I12
DEGRADE MODE

Operating in degraded mode. -
I13

RAID I13
ARRAYxFormatting

Formatting RAID array X. -
I14

RAID I14
ARRAYx Checking

Checking RAID array X. -
I15

RAID I15
ARRAYx Scanning

Examining the error status of RAID array X.

 

Note: Transfer speeds are slower during the examination process.

-

I16

RAID I16
ARRAYx Creating

Creating RAID array X. -

I17

RAID I17
ARRAYx Resyncing

Resynchronizing RAID array X.

 

Note: Transfer speeds are slower during resynchronization.

-
I18

RAID I18
ARRAYx Rebuilding

Rebuilding RAID array X.

 

Note: Transfer speeds are slower during the rebuilding process.

-
I19

RAID I19
ARRAYx 0 Filling

Writing 0s to RAID array X, erasing all data. -
I20

RAID I20
DISKx Formatting

Formatting hard drive X. -
I21

RAID I21
DISKx Checking

Checking hard drive X. -
I22

RAID I22
DISKx 0 Filling

Erasing the data for hard drive X. -
I25

SYSTEM I25
F/WUPDATING

Updating the TeraStation firmware.

 

Note: Do not turn off the power during the updating process.

-
I26

Web Setting I26
Initializing

Initializing all settings. -
I27

USB Diskx I27
Checking

Checking USB hard drive X. -
I28

USB Diskx I28
Formatting

Formatting USB hard drive X. -
I31

Press FuncSW I31
New Diskx ready

Displayed when pressing the Function button to rebuild the RAID after replacing hard drive X.

Press the Function button to rebuild the RAID array.
I32

Set From Web I32
New Diskx ready

Displayed after replacing hard drive X when the RAID needs to be rebuilt in Settings or formatting is necessary. In Settings, either rebuild the RAID array or format the hard drive.
I33

Replication I33
ReplicateFailure

An error occurred in replication, or synchronization between the main TeraStation and the backup TeraStation failed during failover configuration.

In Settings, navigate to Backup - Replication and choose "Resync" to execute resynchronization. If the error is displayed again, contact Buffalo technical support for assistance.

I34

Virus alert I34
Virus detected

A virus scan found a virus. Once the virus is removed from the quarantine folder, the message is no longer displayed. If the antivirus software is configured to delete viruses from the quarantine folder automatically, then the message will not be displayed.
I35

Cartridgex I35
Location error

A hard drive set as a media cartridge has been installed in the drive 1 slot.

Connect to the slot that was set as a media cartridge.
I36

Cartridgex I36
Decryption error

Media cartridge cannot be decrypted. The media cartridge may have been encrypted by a TeraStation other than this product. Connect to the TeraStation that performed encryption to decrypt.
I37

Recovery I37
SystemRecovering

System recovery in progress. -
I38

Recovery I38
RecoveryFinished

System recovery is complete. -
I39

Recovery I39
Change Boot

System recovery from the USB recovery device is complete. Change the boot mode switch on the rear to HDD.
I40

Recovery I40
DataWillDeleted

Beginning recovery. All data on the drive in Disk 1 will be deleted. -
I41

Recovery I41
PushFuncToStart

Pressing the Function button on the front will start the recovery process. -
I42

Recovery I42
Preparing

Preparing to start the recovery process. -
I43

Recovery I43
Unsupported HW

The TeraStation was started from the USB recovery device, but the system cannot be recovered from this USB recovery device. -
I44

Recovery I44
Disk1 not found

Recovery from the USB recovery device was initiated, but Disk 1 was not detected. Make sure that Disk 1 is present and fully inserted in its slot.
I45

Recovery I45
Recovery Failed

Recovery failed. -
I46

RAID ARRAY I46
RMM+Processing

Data migration or conversion (RAID migration) is in progress. Do not turn off the TeraStation power.
I47

SYETEM I47
Don't Power Off

I48

FailOver I48
PushFuncToStart

This TeraStation is ready to become the failover backup for the main TeraStation. Hold down the Function button on the front of the target TeraStation until it stops beeping to accept failover backup status.
I49

FailOver I49
LostMainTarget

The main TeraStation in the failover configuration cannot be found.
Make sure that the main TeraStation is on, working, and connected to the network.
I50

FailOver I50
Maintenance mode

Failover maintenance is in progress. Do not turn off the TeraStation power.
I51

FailOver I51
Initializing

Initializing the failover configuration.
Do not turn off the TeraStation power.
I52

New Firmware I52
Available

A new firmware version has been released. Update the firmware.
I54
BackupTask xx I54
Backup Failure
xxth backup task has been failed. Make sure xxth backup task is configured correctly. ("xx" is backup task number.) The LinkStation or TeraStation may be in standby mode. Start the NAS on. If the backup task still fails, check the status of NAS, network, and backup source or destinations.
I55

Recovery I55
RecoveryAuthFail

Authentication during recovery of settings failed. Settings can only be restored for the TeraStation whose settings were originally saved. To restore settings, insert the USB memory device, move the Boot Mode switch on the rear of the TeraStation to the USB position, and restart the TeraStation. Or, settings can be restored from Settings with the TeraStation powered on.
I56

Surveillance I56
Lack of License

There are not enough surveillance camera server licenses.
Purchase and register an additional license.
I57

Surveillance I57
No free space

There is not enough space to save additional surveillance video.

Delete or move some of the stored video.

I58

Surveillance I58
Recording Failure

Video not recorded. Check your settings. Also, use the utilities provided with your camera to check that the camera is operating correctly.


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