Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
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).
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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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 athttp://www.ticalc.org
5.Make sure downloaded program is unzipped and located in a normal
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
Things you'll need:
-A Texas Instruments graphing calculator
-A link cable for the calculator
-An internet connection
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