Fatal Error is the second installment in the Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers series, written by Keith R.A. DeCandido and published in September 2000. In 2002 it was reprinted in the paperback omnibus Have Tech, Will Travel.
- For centuries, the planet Eerlik has had a thriving civilization, completely run, maintained, and administered by a giant sentient computer. But now that computer is breaking down and the desperate inhabitants are helpless to repair the damage. Only the crew of the U.S.S. da Vinci, accompanied by Geordi La Forge, can hope to fix the massive computer before the Eerlikkan society collapses entirely. Their mission grows more dangerous, however, when they discover evidence of sabotage -- and learn firsthand that hostile forces will do whatever it takes to stop Gold and his crew from saving the imperiled planet!
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- 110 • Carol Abramowitz • Ansed • Biral • Domenica Corsi • Stephen Drew • Kieran Duffy • Emarur • Bart Faulwell • Ganitriul • David Gold • Sonya Gomez • Hagi • Vance Hawkins • Ina Mar • Geordi La Forge • Elizabeth Lense • David McAllan • Miko • P8 Blue • Montgomery Scott • Fabian Stevens • Talu • Torin • Undlar • Utaka • Songmin Wong • Yanasa
- Referenced only
- 111 • Raisa Danilova • Rachel Gilman • Anthony Mark • Jean-Luc Picard
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- Alpha Quadrant • Brioni Port • Bynaus • Earth • Eerlik • Hendorf Island • Kyepas Coast • Lankap Mountain Range • Maryllo Island • Pevvni colony • Starbase 92 • Starbase 505 • Valandriw Hall
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States and organizationsEdit
- chicken matzoh ball soup • computer • Dominion War • Earl Grey • First Speaker • genetic engineering • GIGO • haggis • hot chocolate • Makaro • photonic grenade • radio • Reger • rodinium • root beer • scotch • Speaker • uridium • Yarnallian
- This story establishes the da Vinci's registry number, NCC-81623.
- The German translation was released by Cross Cult in May 2014. It was translated by Susanne Picard and featured new cover art by Martin Frei.
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