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Can't Open QBs file after computer upgrade

My computer died and I now have a new one. The new computer has the version of Windows 7 that will run the older software that ran on XP (I had XP Professional). Of the two hard drives from the old computer, one is in the new computer. This is the drive where I stored all my files. The other one is unreadable, so I don't know what was on it. I have reinstalled QuickBooks Pro 2007, and tried to open my file. It says that I don't have access rights. I created a dummy file and installed all the updates, rebooted, and tried to open the file, but with the same result. I've tried opening the file both from within QBs as well as from the file itself, but with the same result. Any help will be MUCH appreciated!

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No rights means that you have to share it or change its attributes (under win7).

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SOURCE: Quickbooks Pro 2008 Payroll problem

Same thing here when attempting to "send payroll data", though mine's with pro 2009. I found this KB item which indicated that I should update:

http://payroll.intuit.com/support/kb/kbitem/1009052.html

I followed the update instructions here:

http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/productupdates.aspx

Even though my update status was "nothing new" for each category, I hit the "Update Now" button anyway (it was enabled, why not?). It went through the motions of updating (even though there was nothing to update). When it finished, I closed and re-opened QB, then I was able to send the payroll data. This software is far from the gold standard I thought it was going to be.

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Problem reinstalling Quickbooks 2003 in XP Home

Here is step by step uninstall re-install instructions from Intuit, most likely quickbooks update caused the error, I suggest turning it off completely, there are a ton of users that have experienced problems with quickbook update service.

http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/Pages/KnowledgeBaseArticle/1009651

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: windows can't open quickbooks pro 2002

Are you receiving QB Program error or QB Data Error? What does error message say?

If your getting program error, get most recent patch at: http://sharedldfp.intuit.com/pub/quickbooks/2002/

If your getting data error, need more specific info. or try visiting: http://www.blocktax.com/quickbooks-errors.htm

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

SOURCE: I just downloaded QuickBooks 2010 EasyStart, and

You have to unistall the 2010 Simple Start program. It creates a conflict.
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Posted on Aug 08, 2010

Chris Larocque

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SOURCE: I am unable to open

Hello,
You may have to kill these processes before you do an uninstall / repair. Press ctrl + alt + del and select the processes tab. Find anything that says quickbooks or intuit. You could also look for the process ID's you posted. When you find them highlight each and press end process.
Intuit also offers this tool: QuickBooks_Clean_Install_Utility.exe
Regards, Chris

Posted on May 13, 2011

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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135

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