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Save calendar feature

Save calendar feature

Save calendar feature

(OP)
Since a recent upgrade to Windows 2000, Sidekick 99 is taking more than 65 seconds to save the calendar (290KB).   Why?    What can I do to speed up the save?

RE: Save calendar feature

Dear wilcc,
Have you tried opening a new calendar and entering a few things and then saving that?
Then reopening the original one.

Regards Jim
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RE: Save calendar feature

(OP)
james33, I tried creating the new calendar, as you suggested.    It took a minute and 30 seconds to save, and the regular calendar took a minute 20 secons.

RE: Save calendar feature

wilcc,
I had the same problem and discovered it was my virus scanning software (McAfee). It was set to "watch" all files. I changed it to watch only executables etc and sidekick saved in a flash. This may be your problem.
Rob

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