Geraint, that got the JEvents back on the menu. Thanks.
FYI, in your instructions, you have "http://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/cleaninstall.php" whereas the zipped file is 'cleanInstall.php'. You need to change the filename to 'cleaninstall.php' or change your instructions to "http://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/cleanInstall.php"
Now I have two problems. First, if I go to events, and select 'All Categories', it keeps going to the one category 'Home' and will not stay on 'All Categories'. If I physically look at the database table, there are events in that table. However, they are NOT appearing in the JEvents Events list. Is there anyway to recover from this or do I need to empty the table and re-enter from the JEvents Events page? I do have a complete SQL backup so I have the information but there are quite a few events.
I don't know if this might be causing the problem but for some reason there were no categories in the SQL backup file or the JEvents Category list. I entered a single category 'Home' just to see if it might be a linkage problem. Could this be causing the problem with the event records not displaying on the JEvents Events list?