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Linking Problem The problem is rather straightforward: if a link cable is connected to my computer for file transfer, my calculator freezes. If I attempt to do a file exchange with another calculator, it freezes. My RAM is oocasionally reset by this, too. I have been unable to find a solution to my problem thus far and would be glad to have some help. not connecting to my lap top

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Make sure the cable is the right kind. just because it fits doesn't mean it will work: a gameboy charger fits in the graph link spot (don't ask how I know this), but it will kill your calculator (or at least batteries, once again, don't ask).

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Does the cable you are using have a short in it? I would also check the port on the calc itself.

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The error message is important. It tells the would-be helper where to start.
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1.Get linking software for your computer, such as TiLP, or TI Graph-Link, and follow the installation instructions to install it.

2.Plug your cable into the computer (where depends on what cable you have)(somtimes your computer does not have the right kind of entrance) and the other end into the calculator.

3.Start the linking program that you just installed. If it detects the calculator, everything is working fine, and proceed.

4.Download calculator software from the internet. You can find many programs at

5.Make sure downloaded program is unzipped and located in a normal windows folder

6.Select the program you downloaded in your linking program (how you do this varies between programs) and send it to the calculator. For Windows this can involve finding the unzipped program in windows explorer and right clicking it (from a normal--nonzipped--folder window) and selecting "send to TI device"

7.Use the program on your calculator.

TIPS: If you have a USB cable, you will need either TiLP or TI Connect, no other software supports it

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You need to install notefolio to your TI-89.

You can download the program from:

After you download the program file, you can use TI-Connect to transfer the program file to your calculator (after you connect the calculator to the computer with the USB cable). To transfer the files, simply drag and drop the program file onto the TI-Connect icon on your computer.

To learn more about the Notefolio app, here is the guidebook:

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My first answer is obvious: you can type them in the Editor.
Why did the transfer fail?
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  2. Not enough memory left to hold the file.
  3. Transmission error due weak batteries.
  4. Transmission error because the graph link end of the cable that goes into the IO port of the calculator is not fully inserted.
  5. Baud rate of your computer Serial port may be too high. Set it at 9600 bauds or less.
These are all the reasons I can think of. You may try to upadte the TI Connectivity software to the latest 1.6 version, if is not already 1.6

Hope it helps.
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Does the cable you are using have a short in it? I would also check the port on the calc itself.

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