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Recover lost calendar events on a Palm z22

Is there are way to "undo" a hotsync or restore calendar events on a Palm z22 after it was hotsynced with a computer that had lost all the calendar events.

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Hi suzbt:
JOY's answer, that you try to do a SYSTEM RESTORE on your Computer to get the data back is a really good one, that I did not think of! All manual instructions, and USER instructions on doing a SYNC with the Palm Z22, REPEAT : 1/ Always have a back up of the hard data 2/ Always check all transferred DATA on a SYNC, "Even if it states 'transfer Successful'", 3/ Even, if necessary, write down the data, ...
There are a few software programs to identify FILE problems on the Z22, listed on my web page:

http://kidbots.com/WEBADD/Z22_PALM_PILOT/Z22_PALM_PILOT.html

and ways to recover corrupt data, but these are getting more and more difficult to find and use...

User comments on the SYNC indicate that any SYNC is a risky procedure, and backups and re-checking all data is necessary at all times.

I hope that the information on my web site comes in useful in keeping the Palm Z22 up and running!

good luck

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Once you lose the data on the Pal it is gone. What you might be able to do is to do a system restore on your PC to an earlier date to see if it will restore all your calendar data. If it does them do a hot sync again. Best wishes.

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