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Peachtree 4 corrupt .dat files

Peachtree 4 corrupt .dat files

Peachtree 4 corrupt .dat files

Is there any way to repair corrupt .dat files myself and put repaired files back into company folder? Will Peachtree recognize them after being repaired?
Right now Peachtree will not start-up because of 4 corrupt files. I read the solution with Btrieve, but I canĀ“t use
Help me

RE: Peachtree 4 corrupt .dat files

Why can't you use the btrieve solution?

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RE: Peachtree 4 corrupt .dat files

If you need information on repairing Pervasive Btrieve files you can check www.nssdd.com.  It's a flat fee for file repairs.



RE: Peachtree 4 corrupt .dat files

If your corrupt files are jrnlhdr or jrnlrow, then you can't repair them and then place them in the company folder.  Everything in Peachtree is integrated.

There are some files you can delete and have Peachtree rebuild them when you open your company, like alarm, alert, eventlog.

Do you get a specific error message when Peachtree tries to open your company?  If yes, what is the exact error message?

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