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Peachtree Company Missing

Peachtree Company Missing

Peachtree Company Missing

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I have had a crash in peachtree and now when I open the application and brows to the data directory one of the companys is missing. Peachtree has told me their is nothing I can do. Anyone have any ideas?

Steve Bowman
steve@independenttech.net
Independent Technology, Inc.
CA, USA
 

RE: Peachtree Company Missing

Ouch, that hurts.  If the directory is physically wrong, you're really down to restoring it from backup.  Strange that it just disappeared, unless their is a virus on your network, or the hard disk with the data is starting to fail.  Have you searched every hard disk on your network?  Perhaps someone cut and pasted it by mistake?

Matt J.

Please always take the time to backup any and all data before performing any actions suggested for ANY problem, regardless of how minor a change it might seem.  Also test the backup to make sure it is intact.

RE: Peachtree Company Missing

I've seen thedirectory get accidentaly moved with explorer.  Then it looks like it is gone but is still there.

Bill Couture
http:\\www.sbtbill.com

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