Add Shared Google Apps’ Calendars in Microsoft Outlook 2010

You can subscribe to your or any ‘shared’ calendar posted on Google Calendar. An Internet Calendar Subscription keeps your Outlook copy of your Google Calendar updated. Outlook periodically checks the Google Calendar for updates, and if any are found, they are downloaded to the calendar copy in Outlook 2007.  While Google Calendar is a phenomenal web application for managing calendars, many use Outlook 2007.  The good thing is you can have the best of both worlds by subscribing to your Google Calendar from Outlook.

Use the following steps to do this:

1.  Log on to your Google Calendar account.

2.  In the left column, under My Calendars, click the arrow button next to the calendar that you want to add to Outlook as an Internet Calendar Subscription.

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Setup.rul 380 error while installing Intel Wireless Driver on an Dell Latitude notebook

The error “Setup.rul “380”” Is caused by not having .NET 2.0 or higher installed. This is because the Software that controls the card is trying to be installed with the driver also. But installing only the driver will work as well.

In order to fix this issue without installing .NET 2.0 or higher please follow my directions below. Also remember what the folder name is for the Wireless driver you downloaded. It will be RXXXXX

This is easily fixed another way. Right click “My Computer” then click on “Manage” Then click on “Device Manager” Then right click on your wireless network card. You will then need to click on “Update Driver”. A box will pop up. Click on “No, not this time”. Now click “Next”. Now click on “Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)”. Now click on “Don’t search. I will choose the driver to install.” In the list select “Network Adapter” and click next. Now click on “Have Disk”. Now click on “Browse”. On the left side click on “My Computer”. Now go to “C:\Dell\Drivers\RXXXXX\”
NOTE: You may see that it has a lot of folders. Select the folder that’s best for your install of Windows. Then when you do this you will be left with one file to select. Select that file and click ok.

The system will then only install that driver. You won’t get the fancy Dell Wireless software installed with it, so you should use the Microsoft interface to configure your wireless networks.

Author: Bjorn Van Reet