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thekillers89
Probe
Posted: 15 Dec 2005
15:50 GMT
Total Posts: 3
when I try to put games on my friends calculator(Ti-84 Plus) this pops up
USB communication error: Insufficient memory (8C08000C)

I checked his memory and he has 23020 ram free anf 2913 arc free

I did not have this problem on mine or my other friends calculator and we both have the TI-89 Plus Silver Edition.

Anyone know what I can do


..ugg I spelled error wrong


[Edited by thekillers89 on 16-Dec-05 00:52]
Andy
Administrator
Posted: 15 Dec 2005
16:23 GMT
Total Posts: 939
1) That error means your COMPUTER needs more memory (I do believe). Close some programs and try again, or reboot and try again.


2) >> we both have the TI-89 Plus Silver Edition.

Really? I'd love to help you, but there is no such thing. Do you mean 84+ SE or 83+ SE or 89 Titanium?
thekillers89
Probe
Posted: 15 Dec 2005
16:33 GMT
Total Posts: 3
i meant 84
ryantmer
Wraith
avatar
Posted: 15 Dec 2005
16:33 GMT
Total Posts: 692
Judging by the fact that you said he has only 2913 in archive, its probably a calculator memory error.
thekillers89
Probe
Posted: 15 Dec 2005
16:41 GMT
Total Posts: 3
so i guess that means he has to delete some of the stuff off his calculator..does the ti 84 plus have less memory then the silver edition because he dosent have any other stuff on his calculator then what it came with
threefingeredguy
Ghost
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Posted: 15 Dec 2005
19:16 GMT
Total Posts: 1189
You don't need most of the apps that came with the calculator. I'd suggest deleting.

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Someone call for an exterminator?
DaveD
Probe
Posted: 16 Dec 2005
15:47 GMT
Total Posts: 1
I've deleted loads of apps but it only clears ARC.. How do I get more free RAM?
Lunchbox
Carrier
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Posted: 17 Dec 2005
11:49 GMT
Total Posts: 2007
Archive or delete programs in the RAM. [2nd], then [+] will get you to the memory menu, and the manual has further instructions.





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