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Two Sidekick 95 issues, backups and reoccuring events

Two Sidekick 95 issues, backups and reoccuring events

Two Sidekick 95 issues, backups and reoccuring events

(OP)
Hello anyone,
After re-installing my Sidekick, I find that:
Under Tools my backup files does not work -- clicking on that produces the message that
 "Program not found or not in PATH"

the second problem is that when I try to edit or to add reoccuring events, clicking on that options does nothing at all.

My old calendar, write files, etc are still there, and ok, but I cannot backup now or change or add reoccuring evnets.
Sure hope someone can help.

RE: Two Sidekick 95 issues, backups and reoccuring events

Dear FindlanGerry,
You didn't put your backups onto CD did you?
That makes them Read only and you will have to reset the files archive attributes!
Select the files (or folder) and then right-click and select Properties and then untick the greyed out Read Only box.
HTH

Regards Jim
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