Known hardware identifiers for Protocol 7.00#

All known Protocol 7.00 environments support command 01 “Get device information”. Several people have used this command to obtain information using their calculator in different link modes; this document inventories the results.

Bootcodes#

Hardware identifier

Devices

Link

Gy362000

fx-7400GII, fx-9750G(II), fx-9860GII SD

yes

Gy363000

fx-7400GII-2, fx-9750GII-2, fx-9860G(II(-2)), fx-9860G slim, fx-9860GII-2, Graph 35+E, Graph 75+E

no

Gy490000

fx-7400GII-2

yes

Bootcodes do not support restart-related commands 00 “Restart” and 06 “Set link timeout”. Bootcodes with Link support command 02 “Set link settings”.

Devices#

Hardware identifier

Devices

Backup

Gy362006

fx-9750GII, Graph 35+ (SH3)

no

Gy362007

fx-9750GII-2, Graph 35+ (SH4), Graph 35+E (OS < 2.05)

no

Gy36200F

Graph 35+E

no

Gy363006

fx-9860GII, Graph 75 (SH3)

yes

Gy363007

fx-9860GII-2, Graph 75 (SH4), Graph 95 (SH4)

no

Gy36300F

Graph 75+E

no

Ly755000

fx-CG20, Prizm

no

All devices support main memory (20 “Create directory” (main memory) to 33 “Request all setup entries”) and reset related commands (00 “Restart” and 06 “Set link timeout”).

If there is at least one filesystem, flash commands (40 “Create directory” (storage) to 4E “Transfer file information” (storage), and 51 “Optimize filesystem” (storage)) are supported. Two calculators that have different filesystems may have the same hardware identifier, so it cannot be used for this (e.g. Graph 75 and Graph 95, the latter having an SD port).

Devices with Backup support backup commands (4F “Request flash image”, 50 “Transfer flash image”, and 52 “Request CASIOWIN entry transfer” to 55 “Transfer bootcode”).