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Troubleshooting Error Messages Received during Data Collection Using the TI-Nspire™ Family.

Sensor not detected by TI-Nspire.
 • Check that the sensor connectors are completely inserted into the handheld/computer.
 • Unplug the sensor then reconnect it. This should restart the communication link.

Low batteries.
This message is displayed when the batteries in your CBR 2 unit are low. Replace CBR 2 batteries at the next convenient opportunity.

Bad Batteries: <hardware name>
This message is displayed when the batteries in your CBR 2 or TI-Nspire Handheld are too low to continue data collection.

Unsupported data collection device connected.
The sensor you connected  is not currently supported.

USB Communication Failure.
This message is displayed when communication is disrupted between the TI-Nspire  handheld or software and the connected data collection device. Check all connections and power, then press New Experiment.

No available data set names.
The maximum number of list values are in use. To correct this condition, add a new problem to your document and launch the Data Collection Tool on the first page.

Sensor Conflict.
This message is displayed when you open a saved document and the sensor used to collect the saved data is different from the sensor currently connected.

Please see the TI-Nspire family guidebooks for additional information.