Open 8XK file

8XK files: what are they and how do I open them?

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.8xk file type #1: TI-82 Plus application file

Files with 8xk suffix are used for Ti-82 calculator.

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The 8xk file extension is associated with Ti-82 calculator, by Texas Instruments, Inc.

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.8xk file type #2: MirageOS flash application

An 8xk file extension is related to the MirageOS flash application for Texas Instruments programmable calculators.

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The 8xk file extension is associated with MirageOS flash application for the TI-83 plus and Ti-84 Plus, that functions as a shell to manage and execute Z80 and TI-BASIC programs.

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A flash shell for TI-83 and TI-84 calculators

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