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#361 kepak



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Posted 08 June 2014 - 01:16 PM

I just bought a calculator Casio fx-9750G for 7 PLN (about $ 2). I want to buy a cable to the computer. Cable FA-122 is compatible, but I can not get it. I found a cable SB-87 for sale on. Can I use it with this calculator?
What software can be used to send programs (i got windows 7 x64)?

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Posted 08 June 2014 - 07:09 PM

FA-124 (download it at http://edu.casio.com/, it is available in the fx-9860G downloads section at least) should work if you switch it to CFX-9x50 mode (Tool -> Model Type -> ...). If that SB-87 cable is the USB cable (I don't know if that's the number for the USB or a serial cable) it might refuse to work - but I had no opportunity to test that because I never had such a cable, I only know of its existence.
On the other hand, if it's a serial cable, you obviously need a serial port, which is kinda getting rare nowadays. When I chose the motherboard for my home computer (with 64bit Win7 as well), I had to put lots of offers aside because the serial port was missing. When I got one eventually, the only problems with linking my fx-9750G Plus to it were the fault of my home-made serial cable.

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