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I have several system cards that have faults on them. Where can i find the codes. It says that the line is disabled by fault:DO or :CR. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I've been having problems with ports on the system giving me the DO error as well.

From what I understand on the DO it means that there is no device connected to it. I haven't seen the CR issue yet.

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