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Versión actual por: TheLastMillennial ,

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I know I’m ''realllly'' late on this, but here’s my fix.
 
This isn’t suppose to happen, you may have changed a setting that affects this and you can fix it by reverting all the settings back to their default by:
 
* Press [2nd]
* Press [+]
* Press [7]
* Press [2]
* Press [2]
Your settings should now be back to their defaults.
 
If that doesn’t work, perform a RAM reset by removing the batteries (including the backup battery) then reinserting them.
 
If ''that'' doesn’t help, try to reinstall the OS. This is more complicated so I’ll refer you to a video tutorial [[TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Troubleshooting#Section_Buttons_are_not_responding|here]https://youtu.be/8HlPgS0elRM?t=10m22s|here].
If ''that'' doesn’t help, try to reinstall the OS. This is more complicated so I’ll refer you to a video tutorial [[TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Troubleshooting#Section_Buttons_are_not_responding|here]https://youtu.be/8HlPgS0elRM?t=10m22s|here].
 
In the extremely unlikely event that nothing worked, [https://education.ti.com/contact-us|contact TI].

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Editado por: TheLastMillennial ,

Texto:

I know I’m ''realllly'' late on this, but here’s my fix.
 
This isn’t suppose to happen, you may have changed a setting that affects this and you can fix it by settingreverting all the settingsettings back to their default by:
This isn’t suppose to happen, you may have changed a setting that affects this and you can fix it by settingreverting all the settingsettings back to their default by:
 
* Press [2nd]
* Press [+]
* Press [7]
* Press [2]
* Press [2]

Your setting
Your settings should now be back to their defaults.

Your setting
Your settings should now be back to their defaults.
 
If that doesn’t work, perform a RAM reset by removing the batteries (including the backup battery) then reinserting them.
 
If ''that'' doesn’t help, try to reinstall the OS. This is more complicated so I’ll refer you to a video tutorial [[TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Troubleshooting#Section_Buttons_are_not_responding|here]].
 
In the extremely unlikely event that nothing worked, [https://education.ti.com/contact-us|contact TI].

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Aporte original por: TheLastMillennial ,

Texto:

I know I’m ''realllly'' late on this, but here’s my fix.

This isn’t suppose to happen, you may have changed a setting that affects this and you can fix it by setting all the setting back to their default by:

* Press [2nd]
* Press [+]
* Press [7]
* Press [2]
* Press [2]

Your setting should now be back to their defaults.

If that doesn’t work, perform a RAM reset by removing the batteries (including the backup battery) then reinserting them.

If ''that'' doesn’t help, try to reinstall the OS. This is more complicated so I’ll refer you to a video tutorial [[TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Troubleshooting#Section_Buttons_are_not_responding|here]].

In the extremely unlikely event that nothing worked, [https://education.ti.com/contact-us|contact TI].

Estatus:

open