I've got both an iMac G3 running OS X 10.2 (No internet. If it had internet, I wouldn't be asking this) and a Dell Latitude laptop running Windows 2000. On the Mac, the TI-Connect software came with a program editor. On the PC, no such editor is available. Is there one I can find for download?
why you need internet to program via the computer?
Programming via computers can be very handy, i always work like this:
you need graphlink (a program editor) found here : http://education.ti.com/educationportal/downloadcenter/SoftwareDetail.do?website=US&tabId=1&appId=161
and an emulator, i use wabbitemu (youll also need a ROM for this).
just typ in your code in Graphlink, save, open explorer, draw the prgmfile (possibly .8xp) in the wabbitemu screen and you can run this program from the emulator.
TIConnect with an prgm editor? Thats ti connect 1.5, there is a 1.6 aviable (maybe 1.7 already?? dunno)
The critical problem with TI-Graphlink is that it won't accept USB connections, only serial connections. I don't feel like wasting money for a cord that I would only use for TI-Graphlink.
My solution: use your Mac.
The problem with my Mac is that it generated files with a .TIProgram extension, which nothing can do anything with except that one program. That, and the program is having problems now that I don't understand.
The reason I wanted it for Windows was because it was on the internet.
It doesn't matter now, as I've got a new calculator, and the interface on it is nice enough to use w/out a calculator.
I have a problem too: I tried lots of emulators but none of them can upload roms via USB-port. Can someone solve this question?
I've had that same problem.
Is there an emulator for the mac? I have a mac and would like an emulator so I don't have to send programs to the calculator every time I make a change.
yes i have this same question. i have found emulators for mac but you have to pay for them all and i don't want to pay. if you know of a free one, please post it.