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Using TI-89 Titanium on Windows 7 64 bit

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I just got this calculator and have never owned one like this before. I tried using Ti connect but it won't connect to the calculator. I've considered duel-booting Ubuntu. I just need some help. Thank you overclock.net!
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Had same issue with my Ti 84 Plus, but I switched to Vista 3 weeks ago again since my sound card currently diidn't work in Win7.
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Yea I have the same problem. Can't figure it out either. Couldn't get it working on Vista 64-bit neither .
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