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sidekick 95 not working in XP

sidekick 95 not working in XP

sidekick 95 not working in XP

My company just upgraded to XP Pro.

Sidekick will not carry forward to the next day, "to do" tasks not completed.  They get deleted whenever the program is turned off, as do any appts. I set-up.

Everything seems to get deleted except:  My recurring tasks remain in the "recurring" link.  But they won't show up on my To Do for that day.

I tried XP compatibility program with no luck.

Any suggestions.

RE: sidekick 95 not working in XP

Dear jerrygt,
See FAQ807-3867 for one solution but if you have not downloaded SK98 and the SK98 patch as Starfish recommended then now is the time to do it.

Regards Jim
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