__/ [Bob Pownall] on Wednesday 23 November 2005 17:13 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> <Summary: My DatebooksDB.pdf might be corrupted. Here are some things
> to try.>
> Ray - Thanks for the suggestions. Here's what I've done.
> On the Palm Desktop, I've gone into the HotSync -> Custom and changed
> the setting for "Calendar" from "Synchronize the files" to "Do Nothing"
> (On the Palm Desktop, I also have a conduit for "Date Book", which I
> think is left over from the days when I had a Palm m105. "Date Book"
> was set to "Do Nothing", and I've left it there.)
> I've also gone into the HotSync manager on my T|E, accessed the Conduit
> Setup, and unchecked the box next to "Calendar". (As on the Palm
> Desktop, my T|E had a "Date Book" conduit. I've unchecked that box as
> When I do this, the HotSync runs normally. (I'm not sure if turning off
> Calendar in both the Palm Desktop and on my T|E was really necessary,
> but I figured it couldn't hurt.)
> So, it looks like the problem is with the calendar database, as you
> A few additional items. First, after doing the HotSync, the Palm
> Desktop no longer has any of my calendar items listed. (My T|E does,
> however, and if I end and then restart the Palm Desktop, the calendar
> items reappear.) Second, a few seconds after the HotSync process ends,
> ZoneAlarm tells me that "Palm Desktop Application is trying to launch
> C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DWWIN.EXE, or use another program to gain access to
> privileged resources." This is new. Third, after I click "Allow" in
> ZoneAlarm, the Palm Desktop hangs and is terminated by Windows.
> To me, it seems like the next logical step would be to disable the
> Calender and Date Book conduits on just the Palm Desktop or on just my T|E.
> Or do you have a better idea?
> As far as any oddities or peculiar events added recently - I don't think
> so, but you never really know. I did add some repeating events
> recently, but IIRC I did a HotSync after adding them, and it ran OK.
> Again, thanks for your assistance, and I hope you're able to come up
> with additional good ideas.
> Bob Pownall
__/ [Bob Pownall] on Friday 02 December 2005 05:11 \__
> Following-up on my own post, so that Google can archive the solution I
> I was able to solve my problem by downloading (free!), installing and
> running dbScan from the Pimlico Software website,
> Bob Pownall
I am sorry about the huge lag (paper submissions and presentation kept me off
the newsgroups) and I am glad to find out that things worked out all right
for you. There are some questions above I could answer, but as all your
problems are resolved, I guess it is no longer necessary. Let me know if you
need further help...
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