How To Put Files On Classpad?
Posted 06 April 2007 - 07:43 PM
I am new here so sorry if I do not know much about the classpad. I was wondering how to get files onto my classpad 300. I know how to get addons onto it and have quite a few of them already, I have classpad manager and have tried using the manual but it doesn't help and I don't know how to get any other files (etc mcs, mls) onto my classpad. I don't understand even more how to get files like the zeldas demo below onto it as it isn't one file. Please help!
Posted 07 April 2007 - 12:25 AM
-Install the Add-in installer and the CP Manager (both)
-when you plug your calc via USB port, you must see Windows XP searching for the drivers. let XP to do that, and when you see a dialog box saying that the driver haven't a windows signature or so, skip it. Now you have the drivers installed
- Start classpad manager, and right click. select exchange window
- Now you see two zones, PC on the right, Calculator on the left
- and two icons, one as a open book (means eactivities) and a calculator (means variables). clicking them, you alternate between eactivity mode and ram mode
-Eactivity files are on .fls format and the remaining data (variables, programs, add-in created files and so) are in .mcs.
-when you download a file, you take the PC side of the window and right click on "computer", then "add new image", and you search for a eactivity (fls) or a ram file (mcs), depending in what mode is the window.
-browse the file, open it
- you see that the file appears below "computer", double click and you see all the folders, you can drag these folders to the left side when CP is connected
-you can also drag individual files to the left side, opening the folder first (double click the folder)
hope it helps
Posted 07 April 2007 - 01:48 AM
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