Bomberboy1943 19:03 19 Jan 2004

How do i login to my pc as an administrator
I have been in touch with microsort and i can fix my calender problem by login in as an administrator thanks oh I'm am on windows 98se

  woodchip 19:06 19 Jan 2004

If you are the only user you should not need to log in

  johnnyrocker 19:07 19 Jan 2004

what is your calendar problem?


  Mike ® 19:29 19 Jan 2004

Windows 98se administrator, sorry I'm a bit puzzled.

  Bomberboy1943 19:29 19 Jan 2004

I get the following message
Windows cannot access one or more files needed to to run the calender. the files may have ben renamed deleated or moved. try reinstalling works
then start the program again i have done this but i still get the same message microsoft give 2 options to cure it but i have to log on as an administrator

  johnnyrocker 19:36 19 Jan 2004

were they quite clear about your os? is the prob a recent one and might a system restore fix?


  Bomberboy1943 19:37 19 Jan 2004

Anyone tell me how to ditch my windows log on password ya know the one when ya gone through boot up then ya go to desk top

  Bomberboy1943 19:40 19 Jan 2004

os was not mentioned but i thought i would put it in in case it helped

  R4 19:57 19 Jan 2004

Windows 98SE normally does not have an administrator.

You should be able to get to your calender though Outlook.

Or are you refering to the Calender that handles the Date/time/region on Win98 ?

  R4 19:59 19 Jan 2004

OH I overlooked you last post: not familar with Works calender I use Corel Office preferably.

  Sheila-214876 22:50 19 Jan 2004

Calendar is part of MS Works suite. You would need to re-install MS Works.

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