 ## On the Subject of Error Codes

All of a sudden "Blue Screen of Death" takes on a whole new meaning.

• This module contains a screen displaying four 2-digit hexadecimal error codes.
• Only one of the four error codes is necessary to determine the fix code.
• Use Table 1 to determine which error code to use, labeled 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th going left to right.
• Convert the error code from hexadecimal (hex) to decimal (dec) (See Table 3).
• Subtract the decimal error code from 101 to get the decimal fix code (for example, if the decimal error code is 48, the decimal fix code would be
101-48 = 53).
• Use Table 2 to determine which format the fix code must be entered in.
• Enter the full fix code in the proper format then press "Send" (See Table 3).
• Note: the fix code must include all appropriate leading zeros from the table: hexadecimal = 2 digits, decimal = 3 digits, octal = 3 digits, and binary = 7 digits.
• Careful: There is no backspace!

### Table 1:

Number of Batteries is
Even (0, 2, 4, 6...)
Number of Batteries is
Odd (1, 3, 5, 7...)
Serial Number DOES
Contain a Vowel:
1st 2nd
Serial Number DOES NOT
Contain a Vowel:
3rd 4th

### Table 2:

Number of Batteries is
Even (0, 2, 4, 6...)
Number of Batteries is
Odd (1, 3, 5, 7...)
Serial Number DOES
Contain a Vowel:
Decimal (Dec) Octal (Oct)
Serial Number DOES NOT
Contain a Vowel: