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Re: 48s
Message #1 Posted by Christof (Davis, CA) on 11 June 2002, 2:05 a.m.

The 48s and sx both have 32k ram base, the sx has expansion slots while the s doesn't. the 48s in plain vanilla form is also a good inexpensive test bed for hardware hacks- or would be if I could find the s series memory hack info (all I can find right now is g series hacks, which sucks because i've got a 48s with a really loose case that is begging for hacking)

The 48sx manuals work fine on the 48s- they are basically the same calc except for the expansion slots.

I'm currently using the aforementioned loose case 48s with data backed up to a 48sx for a math class- but that' sbecause it's review math and I am spending class time learning more user rpl.

      
threading?
Message #2 Posted by Christof (Davis, CA) on 11 June 2002, 2:51 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Christof (Davis, CA)

I apologize, the above post should have gone in the relevant thread- I don't know if it's OE or a bug (given that there's two cases evident)

-C

            
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Message #3 Posted by Dave Hicks on 11 June 2002, 8:10 p.m.,
in response to message #2 by Christof (Davis, CA)

after you replied which leaves the responses free-floating. It's not pretty but I think it's better than deleting them.


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