do i just remove all my batteries? and let the calculator die and use ti connect to reinstall the os?
Okay, you really have to be more specific, because it could be something fixable. I am pretty sure it is, since I highly doubt your getting into asm yet.
when i press the enter key i get "done" each time. i do not remember but i do not think this is normal. i had this problem last night. this morning the 84 was dead so i replaced the AAA's. it almost seemed like the calculator was running in some sort of a loop while it was shut off thus the loss of batteries i then went into the memory manager and deleted everything believing that the L1..L6 were permanent when i brought up the all menu to delete the l1..l6 all had a 12 on the right side of the screen in the same line as the L!..L6 symbol. of course now i do not have any L1.. L6 in list names. when i go to table i have a header with X and a very long list of numbers which i am not able to remove. i tried the remove battery hold del key and turn the calculator on but no message"load os"
no asm yet
running a mac v 10.4.11 on a ti84+se
anyways, it dosent really sound like a OS problem. try just reseting your whole calc, thats usually fixes most problems.
i had tried reset before clearing all memory. now the reset restored my L1..L6 list. i was able to clear the table. is this business with getting multiple "DONE" with multiple "ENTER" normal? if so is there way to run a calculator self test?
Please just send me your code. This is not an error with your calculator. It is an error with your program. You did not need to reset your calculator at all. The programming language has built in error handling when you run it. I don't quite understand your question, so just send me a message, with your code.
did i ever tell anyone how i killed my first calc? the OS was not only just messed up, but also only half there. i could turn the calc on but it turned off about 5 secs later. i only the keys that led to menus worked, but nothing would display when i pressed enter. the number keys and the like didnt work. when the calc turned off, the ram got cleared, and when the "Ram Cleared" screen showed up, only half of it was on the screen. TI-support never saw anything like it before
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Even if it is off topic, what did you do to it?
i used Krolypto, and the hooks got mixed into the OS by accident or something.
in any case…
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This is what i see above:
i used Krolypto, and the hooks got mixed in. yeah. in any case…
And this is what i see when i edit, and in recent posts:
i used Krolypto, and the hooks got mixed into the OS by accident or something. in any case...
Did you edit or something, it doesn't say you did…
EDIT: Blarg, it changed, must have caught it right after you posted…
When you press ENTER on the home screen, and you haven't typed anything, then the calculator re-executes the most recent thing you did. If you just re-set your calculator, and you press enter, it will display done, because it doesn't have any records of anything you did before you re-set it. This is completely normal.
And if any of your Lists like L1-L6 get deleted, you can create them again if you need to. variables on the calculator are very flexible in that they can be created, deleted, changed, but they are always the same for every program, and you can never permanently delete them.
no seriously, try this:
make new prgm
"Asmprgm" (without quations)
type "C9" (without quations)
close the prgm
using catalog search for "Asm(" (without quations)
then select the program you just made
it should delete EVRYTHING
I AM NOT AN ASM EXPERT… USE AT OWN RISK
That program shouldn't delete "evrything", in fact it shouldn't do anything at all. You might be thinking of
which does a software interrupt that simulates taking out all the batteries. Worth a try. C9, on the other hand, is what most assembly programs need at the end to avoid crashing the calculator.
You just revived a dead unnecessary thread with completely no reason, and having not even read any of it, besides the title. It was a simple misunderstanding, and you could easily confused him. Besides, he stated earlier that he uses a mac, and therefore, crtl - alt - del, is completely not valid. You also completely made something harder than it had to be, by using an asm program. The post was also unnecessary, because, it was either wrong, or meant as a joke. It is C7, not C9, that causes it to crash. So, you either got it wrong, which I would assume by your last sentence, or you meant it is a joke, which I would assume by your first sentence.
Not to be a horrible person who rants a lot or anything. (Sorry for the long rant…)
my OS is not screwed up. after doing all the stuff like resetting defaults and resetting ram, i incorrectly assumed that it must be the OS since i could not find anything wrong with the program. yesterday i found a space after the closing ) symbol of the print statement that was causing all the problems. it was difficult to find because there was nothing to see.
i truly appreciate all of your efforts! please forgive me for any problems my problem may have caused you.