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Can you transfer memory from a Dead TI-84 Plus to another TI calculato

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What if the calculator doesn't turn on with new batteries, can you still still transfer the memory from one TI-84 to another TI calculator? I was wondering if I could transfer my notefolio files over

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The TI 84 has battery-backed storage. If you replaced the backup battery, or it has died, you may not have any data to recover. You can’t chip-swap it, since that would also lose the battery power. It seems that, to get inside the device, you’d end up disconnecting all batteries.

Here is a video that may help revive it, but would still lose any data on it.


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