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Message #2 Posted by Vassilis Prevelakis on 4 Nov 2005, 6:45 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Gileno
I have already told you how to tranfer your lex files from your DOS/Windows machine to your 71B.
OK you do not like the solution because it probably requires you to do some work, but do you intend to keep on posting the same question for ever and ever?
Old calculators are a hobby, you are supposed to spend time on your hobby. How are you going to derive any pleasure from your hobby if you have other people do all the work for your.
Its like having a gardening hobby and then asking your neighbor to do your plants.
I know very little about electronics, and I need to ask for advice every now and then, but I still try to do as much as I can on my own.
Take for example the PSU of my 9915B. Tony Duell helped me enormously to repair it, but at the end of the day I learned a lot about how the 9915 PSU works. If he merely told me "replace capacitor C29" I would have fixed it faster, but I would not have learned much.
So take the time to work on your hobby and you will find it enjoyable.