I have been upgrading several classpad 300 plus to version 3. two of the calculators came up with the following message and the upgrade finished.

No Boot Block with a picture of a computer and calculator and a cable between them. The calculators can not be turned on at the moment. They both have new batteries. Can you help?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

The calculator did solve the equation and give you the result. But
because the function is periodic there is an infinite number of angles
that satisfy the equations. That is where the **constantn(1)** intervenes. **constantn(1)** is the ClassPad way of signifying an arbitrary integer.

Your solutions are** x=-3/2 plus or minus 6 times N**, where N is an arbitrary integer.

Your solutions are

Jun 27, 2011 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

This is valid for the ClassPad 300Plus (OS version 2.2) but it should work for the ClassPad 330 OS version 3.x

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t**oDMS(18.58)** you get **dms(18,34,48)**. Then if you use **dms( **on the calculated result: **dms(ans) **you get **18.58**

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the**dms(** command.

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the

May 12, 2011 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

It depends. If the ClassPad has OS 1.x you can upgrade it to 2.x freely. However you need to buy (separately) the ClassPad manager 3.x to be able to upgrade the OS to version 3.x. After that further upgrades appear to be free.

Feb 05, 2011 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

This is valid for the ClassPad 300Plus (OS version 2.2) but it should work for the ClassPad 330 OS version 3.x

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t**oDMS(18.58)** you get **dms(18,34,48)**. Then if you use **dms( **on the calculated result: **dms(ans) **you get **18.58**

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the**dms(** command.

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the

Jan 30, 2011 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

The calculator OS has been upgraded to the version 2.53 MP.

For this version, whenever you remove batteries (or replace them) and turn calculator ON, you are reminded to Press [ALPHA][F1-F4] to locate Shortcuts Menu.

The calculator also asks the user to press either

[1:Do NOT show Again]

[2:Continue].

Here is what these cryptic messages mean.

Certain functions implemented on the new OS are available by pressing the [ALPHA] key followed by F1, F2, F3 or F4.

Since you may forget how to get to them, the calculator gently reminds you that there are other functions accessed only by pressing the [ALPHA] key.

It also gives you the option to flash the reminder every time the calculator memory is reset (CONTINUE) or NOT to SHOW the REMINDER again.

Usually after the RAM cleared message, press [2:Continue] or any other key but [1: ] to keep being reminded how to access the new functions.

Once a key is pressed the screen is cleared and you have the solid blinking cursor.

For this version, whenever you remove batteries (or replace them) and turn calculator ON, you are reminded to Press [ALPHA][F1-F4] to locate Shortcuts Menu.

The calculator also asks the user to press either

[1:Do NOT show Again]

[2:Continue].

Here is what these cryptic messages mean.

Certain functions implemented on the new OS are available by pressing the [ALPHA] key followed by F1, F2, F3 or F4.

Since you may forget how to get to them, the calculator gently reminds you that there are other functions accessed only by pressing the [ALPHA] key.

It also gives you the option to flash the reminder every time the calculator memory is reset (CONTINUE) or NOT to SHOW the REMINDER again.

Usually after the RAM cleared message, press [2:Continue] or any other key but [1: ] to keep being reminded how to access the new functions.

Once a key is pressed the screen is cleared and you have the solid blinking cursor.

Oct 06, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

This is valid for the ClassPad 300Plus (OS version 2.2) but it should work for the ClassPad 330 OS version 3.x

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t**oDMS(18.58)** you get **dms(18,34,48)**. Then if you use **dms( **on the calculated result: **dms(ans) **you get **18.58**

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the**dms(** command.

In the MAIN menu screen press the Action menu, then Transformation sub menu. At the bottom of the drop down list you have dms an toDMS.

If you enter t

So if you have a result in deg, min, sec you convert it to decimal degrees by making use of the

Sep 06, 2010 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

- Enter a numerator, the division sign /, then the denominator.
- Instead of pressing the [ENTER] key, press [MATH] and [1:|=>Frac]
- The command line displays the fraction you entered, followed by the [|=>Frac] command.
- Press [ENTER] to display a reduced (equivalent) fraction.
- If you keep using the sequence [1:|=>Frac][ENTER] with all your fractions you can keep getting fraction results.

The OS of the calculators Ti84PLUS and TI84Plus SE has been upgraded recently to the 2.53MP (math Print) version, which provides some significant improvement to the handling of Fractions, Logarithms, etc. Unfortunately for you, the upgrade is not compatible with the TI83PLUS

May 10, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

you need the installing cd that comes with the package install the add-in application thingy....
connect your classpad to the computer run the add-in application on the computer...
hope this helps all =D

Jan 15, 2008 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

I bought a classpad 300 plus but I dont know how to operate it. I saw some books for classpad 300 and I really want to buy some. However everytime I try to buy, there is always a classpad that goes with the books . Can I buy books for classpad with out buying a calculator anymore?

Sep 13, 2007 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

install FA-CP1 from disk

COnnect the calc

go to handheld assitant

click install add-ins

choose the game

*games an be found at planet casio, always end in .cpa*

COnnect the calc

go to handheld assitant

click install add-ins

choose the game

*games an be found at planet casio, always end in .cpa*

Apr 03, 2007 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

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