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    sebastiank Gast

    Beitrag Error 101

    What does the message Error 101 on a CE device mean?

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    sebastiank Gast
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    Beitrag Re: Error 101

    This message means that you have set a language in your ini file which isn't available on the CE device:

    The language files for zenOn CE are:
    RChineCE.dll
    RChechCE.dll
    REngliCE.dll
    RFrancCE.dll
    RGermaCE.dll
    RItalCE.dll
    RRomanCE.dll
    RRussiCE.dll
    RSlovaCE.dll
    RSpaniCE.dll

    please ensure that the language which is set in the zenOn6.ini is available as a dll in the directory where the zenOnRCE.exe is located:
    For setting the language in the zenOn6.ini alter
    [DEFAULT]
    LANGUAGE=

    English ENGLISH
    German GERMAN
    Italian ITALIAN
    French FRENCH
    Spanish SPANISH
    Russian RUSSIAN
    Romanian ROMANIAN

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    Default Re: Error 101

    Quote Originally Posted by sebastiank View Post
    This message means that you have set a language in your ini file which isn't available on the CE device:

    The language files for zenOn CE are:

    RFrancCE.dll


    please ensure that the language which is set in the zenOn6.ini is available as a dll in the directory where the zenOnRCE.exe is located:
    For setting the language in the zenOn6.ini alter
    [DEFAULT]
    LANGUAGE=


    French FRENCH
    The LANGUAGE= entry is used to load a Dll file at the start of the runtime, with "R" in front of the entry, and after 5 characters (ini entry is cut off) "CE.dll". The entry in the file "zenOn6.ini" for the french language therefore must be:

    LANGUAGE=FRANCE according to the dll file: RfrancCE.dll.

    (although LANGUAGE=FRANC or LANGUAGE=FRANCHISE would also do)

    If you update, or re-install the runtime on the CE terminal, a target runtime language can be selected in the CE Runtime Update Utility.

    Please note, that the system texts for CEL and AML at online language switching are based on English keywords and therefore require the runtime to be started in English.

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