Posted 22 June 2011 - 11:01 AM
I have been using Xemi Active Desktop Calendar on my PC (Windows Vista) successfully for a couple of years. One day it suddenly stopped working, I think following a Windows Update. I tried restoring my PC to an earlier time when it was working but that was unsuccessful.
I have contacted Xemi on numerous occasions. It appears that they have only seen this problem on my PC so I got no assistance to begin with. I have contacted them again recently and this is the last response I got from them
We are afraid that we came to a dead-end. Your Vista returns for the
application folder a folder that does not exist in its file system so when
the calendar tries to access it you get the error message that you already
saw. At this moment we really do not know how to overcome this situation
Can anyone offer any advice or is it a case of 'if the writers of the software can't fix the problem no-one can?'.
I'm wondering if restoring my PC to factory settings would do the trick, at least temporarily until the windows update is installed again.
This is very frustrating as the calendar was incredibly useful. If anyone can recommend a similar calendar, where it is displayed on my desktop and has a task list, that might be another way round the problem.
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