You may not be able to view events or entries on your Calendar, or have other problems accessing AOL Calendar for any one of several reasons. Listed below are a few solutions to resolve this issue. After trying the first solution, check whether you can view events that you previously entered on your calendar. If the issue persists, continue using the suggested solutions until the problem is fixed.
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Change the calendar color to default blue
Sometimes, a change in the color of the calendar can cause the issue you are facing. Changing it back to the default color can help fix the problem.
To change the calendar color to default blue:
- In the list of calendars on the left panel, click the drop-down menu next to the calendar you are facing issues with.
- Select the Blue color from the list of colors.
Ensure that your AOL Calendar is selected to be displayed
You can have multiple personalized calendars in your AOL Calendar, and you can choose which calendar(s) to display at any time. If your main calendar is not selected, your calendar will appear to be blank or have some entries missing.
To display a specific calendar
Note: You can also select from the other options available to display in your Calendar, such as US Holidays.
- Go to www.calendar.aol.com. If prompted, sign on with your Username and password.
- In the list of calendars on the left panel, check if the specific calendar is grayed out.
- Click on the calendar to enable it.
Verify that AOL Calendar was not edited
If your AOL Calendar is shared, other people can edit information on the calendar. To verify that the calendar was not edited, contact everyone who can access your calendar to enquire whether they made any changes to the calendar.
Try restarting your computer
If you haven't recently restarted your computer or you don't restart your computer very often, we recommend that you do so. Restarting the computer clears the internal memory; this often resolves many issues.
For instructions on how to restart the computer, please read our help article Restart the computer.
Try clearing your cookies, cache, history, and footprints
Whenever you visit websites, temporary internet files and cookies are stored on your computer to record your return visits. Sometimes, these temporary internet files and cookies can cause the issue you are experiencing. Your history list can be a similar concern. The longer the time period you have specified for pages to be saved on your history list, the greater the disk space used on your computer. You can free disk space by clearing this list.
The instructions to clear your cache, cookies and footprints will differ depending on the browser you use. To learn how, please visit our help article Clear cookies, cache, history and footprints in your browser.
Reset your web settings
If you've installed multiple web browsers your settings may have changed; however, you can reset your browser to its default settings. The homepage, the search pages and the default browser will be reset without changing the settings of other browsers on your computer. Please visit our help article Reset web settings to learn how to reset your web settings.
- Click Start, click All Programs or Programs, and then click Internet Explorer.
- Click the Tools menu, and then click Internet Options.
- Click the Security tab.
- Click the Internet icon, and then click Custom level.
- Scroll down to the Scripting section. Under Active Scripting, select the Enable option; under Scripting of Java Applets, select the Enable option, and then click OK.
- Click the Privacy tab.
- Click Advanced.
- Click the Override automatic cookie handling box to place a check mark in it, select the two Accept options, and then click OK.
- Click OK to close the Internet Options window.