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Please Install Calculator Software Now error
This message means that the operating system has been corrupted. These steps will allow you to update the OS.
Unit to Unit
• Connect two TI-83 Plus units by means of the data cable (short black cable that was prepackaged with the TI-83 Plus)
• Make sure that at least one of the TI-83 Pluses contains the current Operating System
• Select [2nd] Link
• Select "Send OS" option from the Link menu
• Make sure that the other unit still reads "Waiting Please Install"
• The OS should be downloading.
From the Computer
• Make sure you have the latest version of the TI Connect™ Software
• Download the latest version of OS for the TI-83 Plus to the desktop of the PC.
• Connect the appropriate TI-GRAPH LINK™ cable between the PC and TI-83 Plus.
• Since the TI-83 Plus is currently off, the TI-83 Plus will automatically turn on when the TI-GRAPH LINK Cable is inserted.
• On your computer, choose Start, Programs, TI Tools, TI Connect, TI OS Downloader.
one wire coloured red is connected to the live line(soldered)
second wire blue in colour is connected or soldered to the neutral line.
third wire coloured green and yellow is connected to the earth line.
I'm not at home right now where all my manuals are so I'll try to explain with out. You will have to set it so that the keyboard is the slave device. Try setting it to Omni receive. It has to be able to listen for all midi channels at once. You have to write a sequence on your computer and hook it to your keyboard by using midi out on the computer to midi in on the keyboard in order for you to use the computer as a controller. If you need the keyboard to create the sequences then you have to hook the midi send on the keyboard to the midi in on the computer play/enter your notes into individual tracks in your software then assign channels, voices etc to each track and save the sequence. Then when you hook it up the other way the sequence will play just like an audio recording except the sound w2on't be there. What you have recorded by creating a sequence is a series of midi messages that the keyboard will receive if you have it set properly and hooked up ptroperly which it will translate into sound. This is a minimalist explanation at best. You will have to have a better understanding of not only your keyboard but also your software and midi in general. There are some pretty amazing things you can do with midi. For instance if you have a lighting controller that is midi capable you can i,mbed all the lighting scene changes for your song in order on one track. You can also control your guitar effects pedal to change effects automatically while your playing. Once you get a handle on it you are only limited by your imagination and your budget. Hope this helps in some way.
CAN DO THIS BUT IN PRINT IT WOULD BE A BOOK, ALL DATA, YOU CAN SUSCRIBE FOR FACTORYWIRING SCHEMATICS. TH E OLD VEHICLES, LIKE YOURS ARE VERY BASIC, I APPLAUD YOU WANTING TO LEARN. IF FURTHER ASSIS. IS NEEDED, PLS CONTACT
If the High Voltage section is working Ok, the relay Could be the culprit.. The cost is negligible, about 40 bucks. The standby voltage needs to be verified as correct before the H.V can switch on. If the HV section is bad, you could be looking at about 150 to 200 bucks to get it back up again.
What model Accorgan do you have? Iorio imported many units from other MFGRS over the past number of years. The last model out was a "J" series, and was manufactured by SEM in Italy, with sub assemblies being built in France, Russia, and Austria. Early models were the "G", "H", and "I" series being built back in the 60's, 70's, and 80's, respectively. Those models were manufactured by Elkavox..accordianman
Your question is very confusing. Try rephrasing it. You should try drawing a diagram with this and uploading it to your question to better explain yourself. If you can't upload it (I know I can through the answer, but I'm not so sure about the question) you can e-mail it to me. My address is email@example.com , if not just put some more detail into the question and try rephrasing it. I'm not really sure about the details of your system.
The midi port looks like the bottom one in the picture: http://www.e-tech.nu/images/sound_connectors.jpg
You need a cable from the keyboard midi (din connector) to the DB-15 on the sound card/mainboard. If you dont have a 15 pin midi/game connector you could buy a soundcard with midi onboard or a usb midi port like the: http://www.zzounds.com/cat--USB-MIDI-Interfaces--2434