I recently lost one of my programs and reloaded it back on to my calculator, ever since then when I turn it off and then press the on button again it takes about 5-10 minutes to turn on. Also when I go into the file manager the same thing happens except it takes alot longer to reach the file manager page.....
I have reset it, i have reloaded the operating system, i have cleared the memory and tried it with no programs on it at all and still the same thing happens....
Any help would be greatly appreciated,
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TI calculators have an annoying habit of dimming the screen when the batteries are changed so that it appears as if the calculator isn't turning on. Turn the calculator on (or at least press the ON key). Press and release the 2ND key. Press and hold the Up-arrow key for a few seconds and see whether the screen becomes legible. Does it?
Please clarify what you are getting. Is the Guide Plus coming up with no programs listed? If so, it may be that you lost power and the set has to be turned off overnight to "reload" the program schedule. If that is not the problem, have you recently changed to digital through a digital receiver? You need to have your analog antenna connected to receive the program listings. You may have to install a splitter to have both the digital antenna and the analog antenna connected. I have an RCA with Guide Plus and ran into the same problem, but solved it by reconnecting my analog antenna and leaving the set off overnight to reload.
sounds like your backup battery is dead.. and maybe the clear or del key stuck down as either way it could wipe the program.. The solution i think is to hit the TI website and get the software reload and directions to reload it from there.
My screen was frozen and I needed to do a manual reset. If you take out 1 battery from the back....hold the "del" key down and reinsert the battery while holding it down....it will reload the programming into the calc
Well i suggest calling Texas Instruments The chances of this happening are rare, but the back up battery probably died. This could probably cause data loss and you might lose the program and function data. Call and ask to see what you could do.