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i want my iCal back


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Just "upgraded" to Leopard and my calendar in iCal is blank. I just did an upgrade not E and I or A and I. Is there a way to get my stuff back? I did a CCC before I upgraded just don't know what to look for and my external drive? Thanks again for any help for the poor sap.

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Well, To be honist. I dont belive you can get your stuff back. If it was an upgrade, the information should have still been there, should not have gone blank at all.It might be faster just to re- enter the information in. As it might take some time for some one to help you out( I am not much help, dont know much about mac's....learning)

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If you did a bootable back up with CCC, you could try booting into Tiger and do an export in iCal there, back in Leopard do an import.

Have not done it myself, don't use iCal - but worth a shot.

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Thanks guys. I'll give it a shot.
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