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Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

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I am going to migrate some of my systems to XP Pro. Is anyone running Complete 8 with XP? Any problems, quirks?

RE: Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

Im running complete 8 on two XP machines, along with 6 others on 98, all are networked, havent had a single problem yet

RE: Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

I have a client who is using Peachtree 8.0xxx, We are working on moving them to Windows 2000 or XP. They have got to get off of Windows 98!!!!. Does anyone have any suggestions, as which would be best for Peachtree 8?

Tommy Puckett

RE: Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

I run several versions of Peachtree on XP.  No problems there. However, have had some problems having 98 machines access the XP on a simple Windows network.

Bill Couture
SBTBILL.COM

RE: Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

What types of problems are you having? I'm looking at the peachtree files on a XP machine being accessed across the network from a mix of XP and 98 machines.

Tommy Puckett

RE: Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

Think I just don't have the 98s set up right to read the XP.  Can't look at it from either one at all.  Hasn't been a big problem because I normally only look from the XP.

Bill Couture

RE: Anyone using XP with Complete 8, 2002?

We are lokking at XP because of the massive instablity of Windows 98, The client is using 98 on a peer to peer, with one of the clients hosting the data files, as well as accessing the files themselves. We are considering running Windows 2000 on the peer to peer, or XP, There will be at least 1 98 machine accessing the data files on the big peer.

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