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Neil2
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Since: Apr 28, 2004
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2004 12:39 pm    Post subject: "The Planner Calendar is not installed"
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Whenever I start up my computer (Windows ME), I get
the same error message "The Planner Calendar is not
installed". I click 'OK' and the message goes away, but
it doesn't give me any information on how to fix the
problem. Aside from that the computer works fine, but
every time I turn it on, there's that message again. It's
really more of an anoyance than anything. Any suggestions?
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Mike M1
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2004 3:30 pm    Post subject: Re: "The Planner Calendar is not installed" [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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The Win Me operating system contains no "Planner Calendar" however it
would appear that at some time such an application was installed and that
an entry remains in the start-up axis that is attempting to launch this
application each time the system boots.

Using MSConfig (Start, Run, enter MSConfig in the box and click OK), open
the Startup tab and look for an uncheck any reference to such an
application. Apply and OK, and reboot. Hopefully you should now never
see the message again.
--
Mike Maltby MS-MVP [2001-2004]



Neil wrote:

 > Whenever I start up my computer (Windows ME), I get
 > the same error message "The Planner Calendar is not
 > installed". I click 'OK' and the message goes away, but
 > it doesn't give me any information on how to fix the
 > problem. Aside from that the computer works fine, but
 > every time I turn it on, there's that message again. It's
 > really more of an anoyance than anything. Any suggestions?
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