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In summary, you need a shell or kernel on your calculator in order to run assembly programs. You have tried downloading them from the official website, but they won't run. You have also tried downloading them from other websites, but they won't run either. You need to find a kernel called preos and put it on your calculator. After that, you should be able to run most programs.

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Just got the calculator and have the same problem, tryed downloading several times from websites other than the education.ti.com website and can only get those to download correctly. idk what is wrong i have the latest version of OS and i downloaded a ghostbuster? and w3patch? but don't know how to use these if these make these prgrams work? Any help getting these programs to work on my ti-89 titanium would be greatly appreciated!

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What particular asm apps are you trying to run?

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The easiest way to reset your TI-89 Titanium calculator is by pressing the "2nd", "left arrow", "right arrow", and "on" buttons simultaneously. This will bring up a menu where you can select "Reset All Memory" to restore your calculator to its factory settings.

To graph equations on the TI-89 Titanium, first enter the equation into the "Y=" editor by pressing the "Y=" button. Then, press the "graph" button to view the graph. You can also adjust the window settings to change the scale and view of the graph.

To find the slope of a line on the TI-89 Titanium, enter the equation of the line into the "Y=" editor. Then, press the "2nd" and "trace" buttons to access the "Calculate" menu. Select "dy/dx" to find the slope at a specific point, or "slope" to find the slope between two points.

The solve function on the TI-89 Titanium can be accessed by pressing the "2nd" and "solve" buttons. This allows you to enter an equation and solve for a specific variable. You can also use the "solve" function to find the intersection points of two graphs.

To transfer programs to and from your TI-89 Titanium, you will need a USB cable and TI Connect software. Connect your calculator to your computer using the USB cable and open TI Connect. From there, you can transfer programs, data, and updates between your calculator and computer.

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