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Tutorial: Transfer to Casio Prizm fx-cg10/20 games & progs

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Tutorial: Transfer to Casio Prizm fx-cg10/20 games & progs

Postby helder7 » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:08 pm

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This tutorial will teach you how to transfer content (games, programs, educational) between your computer and casio fx-cg10 or fx-cg20 (aka Casio Prizm).

1) Connect the Prizm to the computer using a MicroUSB cable. In the calculator screen will appear a Pop up menu (see image below); you should press F1 for the Prizm appear as a USB Disk.

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2) On the your computer open the calculator driver:
-> The calculator drive will appear inside "My Computer" under Windows XP, and inside "Computer" under Windows Vista or Windows 7/8. Use Windows Explorer to open calculator drive.
-> Under Mac OS X, the calculator drive icon appears on the Mac Desktop. Double-click the icon to open it.

3) Now you can copy the files to the calculator. They should be placed at specific locations according to the extension:

.g1m, .g2m and .g3m
This is casio basic program files. They can contain games, programs or education notes.
You should copy this files to @MainMem/PROGRAM

.g1e, .g2e and .g3e
This is casio eActivity files. They can contain notes and formulas.
You can copy this files to the calculator ROOT, or you can put it inside a folder.

.g3p, .g3b
The files g3p have an image converted for the calc while the files g3b have a sequence of images/flipbook. For open it, you can use PicturePlot.
You can copy this files to the calculator ROOT, or you can put it inside a folder.

.g3a
This is a casio prizm add-in file. This file can contain games or programs (more faster than casio basic Programs).
You should copy this files to the calculator ROOT.

.g3l
This is a casio prizm add-in language file. This file can contain a translation for the calculator menus.
You should copy this files to the calculator ROOT. Note that there is still no such file released.

.txt
This is a text file. You should use Simon's Noteview TXT Reader to open it on the calculator. If you want create a file with special characters, check this tool.
You can copy this files to the calculator ROOT, or you can put it inside a folder.

4) After copying the files, you should remove the hardware safely.
SiO2 + CaCO3 ----------> CaSiO3 + CO2

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