Is it possible to write programs in a notebook and calculator copying ?.
I tried it on the short program and do not want to read a calculator, but I gave tns file extension.
Writing large programs directly on the calculator is very cumbersome.
Maybe someone has experience of how to do it. Matthew.
Date: 10 Jan 2015 19:26
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Do you mean writing a program on the computer and transferring it to the calculator? You should be able to do that with the TI-nspire student software.
Im so sorry to post this here but at this point Im kindof panicking. If you could redirect me to a better place to discuss this I would be very much gratefull!
Basically my calculator(nspire cx) won't boot unless its plugged in and when its unplugged it goes through the loading and then freezes at a black screen with grey stripes.
I've been trying to fix it for a while but I've tried several things that were on the internet but non of them work. When I try to boot it while unplugged it loads normally until then it freezes in a black and grey screen and after a while it shuts down.
(I have Imgur links of said screen but dont have enough karma but I can send them in a PM)
I would love to get some help. Thank you.
You can go to cemtech where they handle the hardware better than we do
The Silver Phantom welcomes you
I dont think its an hardware problem since I bought it yesterday however thank you for the advice definitly gonna check them out
Once you make an account at Cemetech you can either ask for help in the chat on the left side of the desktop screen or create a topic under http://www.cemetech.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=24. You can post the links from there.