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You have two choices. You can either choose another name or you can unarchive the existing L1. To unarchive a list, press 2ND [MEM] 2 4 then use the arrow keys to move the highlight to the line containing L1 (there should be an asterisk "*" in front of the name). Press ENTER and the asterisk should disappear. Press 2ND [QUIT] to return to the home screen.
Applications on the TI-83+ cannot be unarchived. Flash applications on the TI calculators need to stay archived until they are run; it is the way the calculator functions. The application should run fine the way it is. Programs, on the other hand, can only be run while unarchived and in the memory. Are you sure you don't mean to unarchive a program instead of a flash application?
Press 2ND [MEM] 2 to bring up the memory management menu (MEM is on the + key). Select either All or APPS. Scroll down to the item to be unarchived. Press ENTER and the asterisk indicating that it is archived will turn off. If it is already unarchived, pressing ENTER will turn on the asterisk, indicating that is now archived.
You can archive/unarchive objects by using the Memory Management editor.
Press "2ND" "MEM" "2" to bring up the Memory Management editor. Press "1" to select "All". Navigate to each item and toggle its status by pressing "ENTER". Archived items will show with an asterisk (*) before the name.
Hello, Press [2nd][MEM][2: Mem Mgmt/Del][1:All] and scroll down to see if a system variable or other entity that is needed for graphing may have been archived. A variable that is archived has an asterisk next to it on the left. To unarchive it press ENTER when the arrow reaches it. You may be able to draw your graphs. It you are unable, I suggest you reset the Ram: Press [2nd][MEM][7:Reset][1:All Ram][2:Reset] [ENTER]. Press [CLEAR] to erase the message and restart the statistics.
Hello, You should give the whole error message. I created a bogus program and archived it. Then I tried to execute it. I got the messages: ERR Archived 1:Quit 2:Goto. When I tried to edit it I got ERR:Archived 1:Quit.
Your program is archived. You must unarchive it.
To Unarchive. Press [2nd] [MEM][2:Mem Mgmt/Del] [ENTER] Scroll down to [7:Pgrm]. Archived programs will have a star at the left. Highlight the program you want to unarchive and press [ENTER]. The asterisk disappears. Press [2nd][QUIT]. Your program is ready to run or to be edited.
Before you do any deleting, go back and make sure the structure on the input equation is correct. If what's given you the problem is archived, clearing RAM won't help. You have to unarchive it before you can delete it, if archived. Memory error could be that you out did a limit, and running to large of a program. [2nd] [VarLink] should take you to an area like my main folder is at (pictured below). First put a check mark next to what you want unarchived using the [F4] key. Then select [F1] manage key and the  key. Use the F1 manage key to unarchive, unlock, and delete.
Now to delete, I use the F4 key to check mark the folder then [F1] and  key to delete. Remember FixYa to help you with your Ti 89.
Ti helper has a correct answer but you may want to try garbage collecting first. To do this press 2nd catalog and then g and then press enter when you find garbage collect. Then enter again and say yes. This should give you back the mem if not you need to reset the ram.