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Re:Rainlander crash, Win7 x64, howto crash dump 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
I do not quite understand what you mean but if I write an event to the local (local hard drive) calender all goes well, as soon as I write this event to the calender on the network-drive (shared) as well then Rainlendar hangs. Does this answer your question?
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Re:Rainlander crash, Win7 x64, howto crash dump 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
Does the calendar on the network drive have any previous events or is it empty?
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Re:Rainlander crash, Win7 x64, howto crash dump 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
The calendar on the network drive has previous tasks and events. Should I try an empty one? Really want to keep those events but I could close this one down and start a new one :-/
Maybe important: the same calendar on the network is used by another user with a different version (not x64 and not latest beta release).
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Last Edit: 2011/02/13 05:27 By van der Velden.Reason: forgot important info
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Re:Rainlander crash, Win7 x64, howto crash dump 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
Yes, try with an empty one. There has been at least one other case where reading large ics file from a network drive was really slow for some reason.
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