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    i have a TI-83 Plus without a manual. i have some questions.

    1) how do i reset the calculator?

    2) how do i get games on the calculator and is there anything extra i need besides the calculator itself to do this (cords, etc)?

    3) is there a site that has the complete manual .pdf for free?

    thanks

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    1. Reset the memory on your calculator by pressing "2nd" then "MEM" which is the + key. Then choose "RESET" which is 7 by scrolling down or clicking the 7 key.

    2. Choose 1, All RAM then 2, RESET on the next screen. A warning will be displayed that says, "Resetting RAM erases all data and programs from RAM."

    3. A screen will be displayed that says "RAM cleared." Press "ENTER" and the word "DONE" will appear on the screen.

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    Next time use Google. Found all this within 2 minutes of searching.

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    ok thanks. i just need # 2 answered.

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    How else would you get softwae onto a calculator without a way of transfering it? If it was inferred you would need infered, if it was cable you would need cable...


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    u need the usb cable. you'll have to purchase it.

    http://education.ti.com/us/product/a...html#usbwinmac

    it's the first one on the list. You'll also need to download the ti-connect software - it's available on their site.
    Last edited by backlash; 11-24-2004 at 08:15 PM.

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    do you mean i need the second to the top of the list? the "TI Connectivity Cable USB for Windows® /Mac® (silver)" because i have a TI-83 Plus not TI-84 Plus. where can i get the app that plays games (mirage os?). also how can found out how much memory is left on my calc? thanks
    Last edited by 3223; 11-25-2004 at 03:41 AM.

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    RTFM

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3223
    do you mean i need the second to the top of the list? the "TI Connectivity Cable USB for Windows® /Mac® (silver)" because i have a TI-83 Plus not TI-84 Plus. where can i get the app that plays games (mirage os?). also how can found out how much memory is left on my calc? thanks
    hehe...that wasn't there yesterday...teh black usb cable. Yes, you need the second one down. You don't need a specific app that plays games, you just need to dl some games.

    Hit 2nd key then the "+" key then choose the second option down.

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