TI Graph link software

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TI Graph link software

Postby flaxcottage » Wed Nov 08, 2017 5:01 pm

This is a bit of a long shot ... [-o<

I have a TI-85 calculator and a serial link cable to connect to a PC. Unfortunately all the links I can find to downloads for the TI Graphlink software are dead. Texas itself has long since discontinued support for the 85.

There is a link on the ticalc.org website but this is missing the installation software.

Does anyone at Stardot.org.uk have a copy of the software they could upload or does anyone know where the software can be downloaded?

The TI CONNECT package does not support the TI-85.

Thanks in anticipation.
- John

Currently running Level 4 Econet with BBC B, BBC B+ 128K, Master 128K, 4Mb A3000, 4Mb A3020, 4Mb A4000, 4Mb A5000 dual FDD; UK101; HP41CX setup; Psion 3a, 3mx and 5mx; Z88; TI-58c, TI-59 and printer, HP-16C programmer's calculator

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Re: TI Graph link software

Postby flaxcottage » Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:33 pm

At last it is found!! :D

The images attached are two 1.44Mb DOS disk images which cover the TI-82, TI-83, TI-85 and TI-92 programmable, graphing calculators and a single Apple 1.44Mb HD HFS image. The archives were created with OmniFlop.

This software allows screen captures, downloading and uploading of calculator programs and the editing/writing of programs on the PC.

At the moment I can only confirm that the Windows software works with Windows 3.11. Other versions will be tested in due course.
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TI-Graph link.zip
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- John

Currently running Level 4 Econet with BBC B, BBC B+ 128K, Master 128K, 4Mb A3000, 4Mb A3020, 4Mb A4000, 4Mb A5000 dual FDD; UK101; HP41CX setup; Psion 3a, 3mx and 5mx; Z88; TI-58c, TI-59 and printer, HP-16C programmer's calculator


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