Invalid processor name.
This error indicates that you specified a processor other than one supported by
your debugger. See your user's guide for a list of supported microprocessors.
Breakpoint limit exceeded.
The number of breakpoints allowed has been exceeded. This breakpoint has
not been set.
Internal command/expression processor error.
An internal memory error has occurred.
Not enough memory for expression.
The expression specified requires more memory than there is available. Try
clearing breakpoints or deleting macros to obtain more memory.
Invalid memory/register address.
An attempt was made to read or write to inaccessible target memory. Target
memory that is protected cannot be read from or written to.
Source is not available for this module.
An attempt was made to access source code in an assembly language module.
Use the Debugger Level command or the F3 function key to switch to
assembly-level mode to display this module.
Cannot build source table.
There is not sufficient memory available to build the source table for source
Cannot read absolute file.
An attempt was made to load a file that is not an absolute object module. The
code may need to be compiled, assembled, or linked.
Chapter 12: Debugger Error Messages