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internal error 0000007: - anyone know what it means?

Discussion in 'Roland' started by Sherry2006, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. Sherry2006

    Sherry2006 Member

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    I've got a roland sp-300 and every once in a while when i am feeding the media backwards through the machine, it will suddenly stop and give me "Internal Error 0000007:". It doesn't do it every time, just once in a while. More of a nuisance than anything. Just wondering if anyone knows what it means, or if there is a website or a list that gives the definition of these codes. Any help is appreciated, Thanks! :smile:
     
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  2. Compilla

    Compilla Active Member

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    Try restarting the machine & carry out the Limit Initialization
     
  3. Sherry2006

    Sherry2006 Member

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    It only lets me shut it down by the main power switch on the side of the machine. I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "limit Initialization"...?
     
  4. DCaptDan

    DCaptDan New Member

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    0000007 is a non-specific error. It can be anything from firmware to the mainboard. You would have to trouble shoot it by following certain procedures. A good place to start is with the firmware. The latest firmware for that machine is 6.90. If your running an older version, try updating and see if that helps. If the machine reports that it is a SP300 upon startup, it probably isn't a limit initialization problem.
     
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