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I/O Error in File. PLEASE HELP URGENT

I/O Error in File. PLEASE HELP URGENT

I/O Error in File. PLEASE HELP URGENT

(OP)
Hi all,

I just recovered, and restore data from the crash.  After I created new company and restore from the old data, It seem like work on this workstation, but another workstation tried to open the company file and got this error "I/O Error in file Y:\...company.dat.  Error Reading or Writting to the fille". What is could happen, I talk with peach tree support, they said it was the network error.  

Windows XP sp2
Netware inviroment.

Please help

RE: I/O Error in File. PLEASE HELP URGENT

Make sure the file is not read only.

Software Sales, Training, Implementation and Support for Macola, eSynergy, and Crystal Reports
www.gainfocus.biz

RE: I/O Error in File. PLEASE HELP URGENT

(OP)
Thanks,  I fixed the problem already.

RE: I/O Error in File. PLEASE HELP URGENT

What was your solution?  This is a give and take forum, if you do not share your solution, you are not adding to the forum.

Software Sales, Training, Implementation and Support for Macola, eSynergy, and Crystal Reports
www.gainfocus.biz

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