Saturday, March 11, 2006

TI Graphing Calculator Emulator

VTI is a virtual Texas Instrument graphing calculator emulator. It can emulate any model TI graphing calculator. Currently, it will only emulate the TI-89 graphing calculator. I

1. Download the self-extracting zip file here. Select Open or Run when prompted.
2. Extract the file to your Desktop (or your desired location). It will create a folder called TI-Emulator.
3. Run the emulator by double clicking the "Start TI-Emulator" icon inside the folder. You can drag this icon to your desktop and be able to start it directly from your desktop.
4. You can access the emulator options by right clicking on the graphing calculator.

This program apparently is written by a person named Rusty Wagner and I can not vouch for its accuracy. You should only use the ROM version if you own the graphing calculator.

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