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HP 41CX Emulator written by Warren Furlow (Release 7B).


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Update December 2011: There is an installation problem on Windows 7. We have repackage it into a simple zip file below. Open the zip file and drop the "V41" into any location. Then navigate into the "V41" folder and double click "V41.exe".

Updated On: 15.07.08

  1. On 07-Jun-2018, TRAVERSE PRIME wrote: 
    Is there a way to download programs like the old insert chips?
    Your reply to TRAVERSE PRIME
    • On 12-Jul-2018, Duane replied: 
      Is this emulator compatible with Windows 10?
      Your reply to Duane

  2. On 23-May-2018, Anonymous wrote: 
    Would love to have an HP41CV app for my Android tablet.
    Your reply to Anonymous

  3. On 14-Feb-2018, Odd Trondal wrote: 
    HP 41CX, fantastic program. I have an original without batteries.
    Your reply to Odd Trondal

  4. On 15-Jan-2018, Marcel wrote: 
    Super, vielen Dank, das war mein bester Rechner HP41, HB41c und HP41CX im Gymnasium und im Studium in den 80 Jahren. Brauche den heute immer noch nach bald 40 Jahren.
    Beste Grüsse aus St. Moritz und Zürich.
    Marcel Soppla
    Your reply to Marcel

  5. On 31-May-2016, Clemens wrote: 
    Hello Warren Furlo,
    the simulator program HP-15C from Torsten Manz:
    has some nice possibilities:
    Via right mouse click on special parts of the calculator screen yoz get additional information:
    Right click into the display shows a "Tooltipp" with the contents of the stack (X,Y,Z,T and LASTx)
    Right click onto STO or RCL shows the contents of all registers R00 ... R19 and R(I)
    Right click onto GTO (in Run mode) shows the listing of the actual program
    Right click onto F? shows the status of all (10) flags
    Additionally: a right click into the display showing an error code gives additional explanation of the error cause.
    Is there a chance to implement such additional information into your emulator?
    Your reply to Clemens

  6. On 16-Apr-2016, Sneakle wrote: 
    Wow! is there a linux version of it?
    Your reply to Sneakle

  7. On 01-Nov-2015, Steven wrote: 
    memory lost shows in the display each time I open the emulator to use it. Is there a remedy for this?
    Please advise
    Your reply to Steven
    • On 01-Feb-2017, Mike replied: 
      Same here on Windows 7 but, not on XP, I expect this is a permissions issue - anyone have a work-around ?
      Your reply to Mike
    • On 22-Apr-2017, Philip replied: 
      I think this is an access privileges issue if you install it into the standard program files directory tree, like "C:\Program Files (x86)" . I install it into a directory named "D:\UAC_OK\V41" where I have several programs that run into UAC issues, and V41 runs fine in this directory.
      Your reply to Philip

  8. On 24-Sep-2015, Accuracy wrote: 
    I multiplied 11,000,000 x 2,000 This gave me a result of 2.200 did not give indication of (to the 10th). My portable emulator works. Please look into it. Thanks. Otherwise great computer application.
    Your reply to Accuracy
    • On 23-Oct-2015, Dan replied: 
      This is a display problem: go to "Options", select "Medium" (correct answer should appear), then select "Large" (again). Correct answer should remain, but with a slightly smaller font (than start-up) now. I recently upgraded to Windows 10, but honestly I don't remember how it behaved before.
      Your reply to Dan

  9. On 05-Oct-2014, Ron Beck wrote: 
    Is it possible to import, export programs via csv files?
    Your reply to Ron Beck
    • On 23-Jul-2015, Graham replied: 
      I am trying to program the following function:
      shift sto ind 25
      It appears it is not possible. Is this a bug that can be fixed?
      Your reply to Graham

  10. On 07-Jul-2014, HERVE wrote: 
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