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Error opening Order Entry Module Under Windows XP

Error opening Order Entry Module Under Windows XP

Error opening Order Entry Module Under Windows XP

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One of my clients has moved from a win 98 machine to a windows xp machine and i've found that i'm now getting a 'too many files open' when in the order entry module. specifically when try to add an invoice. I'm using AccPac Plus 6.5 for DOS. Any assistance would be appreciated.

RE: Error opening Order Entry Module Under Windows XP

in 98 you had to set files=250 in config.sys...don't know offhand where the equivalent would be in XP

RE: Error opening Order Entry Module Under Windows XP

set 'files=250' in 'config.nt' found in the system32 directory

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RE: Error opening Order Entry Module Under Windows XP

I entered "Files=250" in config.nt. It didn't work. Any more ideas people. Thank you

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