Question about Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator
I have tried clearing the memory it does not work. Problem: Calculator turns on fine. It does not respond to ANY buttons pushed. Help?
Replacing usual batteries will work, but removing the "watch" battery will clear all your RAM, so avoid it. Despite all that, i still can't connect the calculator to my computer via the USB cable, so it might have some undesirable after effects. I guess the hardware is a bit of a pushover, thank god I could fix the problem before my major maths test.
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
Try replacing both the AAA batteries and the back-up batteries. This should probably fix the problem. If not, contact the guys over at Texas Instruments for replacement parts if you need them.
Posted on Aug 27, 2007
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Hi, here are some of the answers to your questions.
GT:- Grand Total: It shows the cumulative total of your calculations
MU:- Mark Up: It is used to calculate the CROSS PROFIT MARGIN in business environment.
MRC:- If pressed once, it shows the number stored in the memory. If pressed twice it clears the memory.
AC:- All Clear: It clears everything
CE:- Clear Entry: Clears the last entry of calculations.
ON/C: If the calculator is off, it turns it on. If the calculator is on it clears all entries.
If you have any more questions you can visit this site: http://www.aurora-ltd.co.uk/OpInst/FunctionsGuide.htm it has almost everything covering the calculator buttons.
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