Possible Find for TI-84 Calc Booting...

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  1. treminaor

    treminaor New Member

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    One thing I have figured out is that in order for a program to use the USB port, you have to have USBDRV8X on your calculator, and your program has to start with

    :OpenLib(USBDRV8X)

    But it wont actually use the Library until you Execute the Lib using

    :ExecLib

    But sadly when I implement that command I get an

    Err

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    ATA TYPE

    When attempting to run the program. Using the

    Go To

    Function to tell me where the Error is, it puts the cursor right after the

    :ExecLib

    Any ideas guys?

    BTW here is the code for the program I have made if anyone's interested.

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    ROGRAM:RUNRS
    :OpenLib(USBDRV8X)
    :ExecLib
    :"RUN RS"STO>X
    :Send(X)
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    crdnilfan New Member

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    yes, between OpenLib(USBDRV8X) and ExecLib you need to put { (yes that weird form of a bracket

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    ) then a number, i think USB8X supports like, 1 through 20. and one of those is the right one. i got tired of guessing.

    i found this i think 3 days ago, but made no progress, even looking at what each {'x' did

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    example would be

    Code:
    :OpenLib(USBDRV8X)
    :{2
    :ExecLib
    
  3. treminaor

    treminaor New Member

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    I've got time. I'll go through all of 'em. Lol
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    I tried

    {0

    ...nothing

    {1

    ...nothing

    {2

    ...iPod turned off after about 5 seconds?

    So I am guessing {2 is the right port, but the code is wrong...
  4. crdnilfan

    crdnilfan New Member

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    most likely it was just chilling in recovery mode for too long, haha. its happened to me before and i get really excited, but then realize it just sat there without power for too long (as the calc doesn't provide power like the comp does)
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    and also, this is a sad thing to say, but...

    this program wont work in BASIC, because Send( even if we figure out how to send it through the USB port...the calc will send a file titled 'N' or w/e variable you use, and will contain the data, "run rs" and will not work.

    you need to run it through assembly, which will make stuff much more difficult.
  5. treminaor

    treminaor New Member

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    I have done it three times in a row. The timing of the turn off is exactly the same...
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    wait. so no matter when you run the {2 it'll shut down the ipod..? i gotta test now.
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    No, mine does it to when im testing things....

    it will just randomly turn off then im like ZOMG BOOTING then... aww.. crap...
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    treminaor New Member

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    Yes, that is correct.
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    Testing what? And are you ablt to repeat your results consecutively? Or is it just random?
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    crdnilfan New Member

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    i tried it...i'm 90% sure its just powering down because of the timer inside the ipod telling it that its pointless to stay on cause nothing is happening.

    i just tried it, waited like, 30 seconds, then it shut down. and i luckily got iCrap backing me, not saying your wrong. just saying thats what i see this as.
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    When im trying to boot from the calc, or right now im trying to do it with my phone.

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