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Texas Nspire "Clickpad" CAS calculator: What's inside (hardware view)
06-28-2015, 04:17 PM
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RE: Texas Nspire "Clickpad" CAS calculator: What's inside (hardware view)
(06-28-2015 08:08 AM)debrouxl Wrote:  ...the correct case for "nSpire" is "Nspire" Smile

I stand corrected, and I have corrected the post title as well.
Thank you / Merci Beaucoup!

(06-28-2015 08:08 AM)debrouxl Wrote:  The fact that there's no serial number or date code on the back (picture #2) is highly unusual, given that even most prototypes have serial numbers of a different variety.
The 73 VSC prototype I picked up from the previous libti*/gfm/tilp maintainer, who received it from TI, had no writing on the back (not even regulatory FCC notes), and a sticker indicating that it's an engineering sample not for sale, but that's pretty much the only other such calculator that I can remember of.

I have noticed the missing serial number, but wrongly assumed that Texas was not printing the serial numbers anymore on these machines.

According to the eBay seller, this machine was "Manufacturer refurbished".

The calculator arrived with firmware v2.0, and I have updated it to the latest official available version (3.9).

I'm away from home for a couple of weeks and I can't do any checks right now, but is there a secure way to find out the original serial number in the ROM?

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RE: Texas Nspire "Clickpad" CAS calculator: What's inside (hardware view) - jebem - 06-28-2015 04:17 PM

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