Re: thank you...
Re: thank you...
Yeah, I emailed them too, what pisses me off is that I also asked them if
they were planning to make an NT version of the Graph Link software, and
they said no! They're going to have to make one sooner or later, since
Microsoft is going to release the consumer version of NT in a few years,
hopefully they'll come to their senses soon...
Bryan Rabeler wrote:
I emailed TI a while back about it and they told me it didn't work in NT.
Bryan Rabeler <email@example.com>
the ticalc.org project - http://www.ticalc.org/
Eric Sun wrote:
> What?!? How did you get it to work under NT? Since the Graph-Link
> the serial port directly, which NT doesn't let you do, Graph-Link isn't
> supposed to work...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Open discussion of TI Graphing Calculators
> [mailto:CALC-TI@LISTS.PPP.TI.COM]On Behalf Of Robert M. Lombardi II
> Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 1998 9:52 AM
> To: CALC-TI@LISTS.PPP.TI.COM
> Subject: thank you...
> To all of those people who sent me messages with suggestions as to how I
> might make my Graph-Link cable work: Thank You!
> Turns out I didn't have that little bayonnet plug pushed into the
> I/O port far enough. (why does that sound overtly sexual?) It now works
> fine on my Windows NT machine at work, HOWEVER my Windows 95 machine at
> REFUSES communicate with the calc. I SUSPECT that it MIGHT have something
> to do with my "Winmodem". I say this because after some digging on the
> I found out that Winmodems actually replaces the serial.vxd driver that
> normally controls serial ports under Win95, with it's own driver. Perhaps
> the GraphLink software doesn't know what to make of the USRobotics serial
> Anyway on to my next question....
> Is there another piece of software running under 95 or NT that does the
> thing that Graph-Link does, onlyit's more updated shall we say?
> Please excuse my ignorance.....I am an old HP48GX user. On that note I
> the "92" a joy to use compared to HP's cryptic monster.