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Running Peachtree Complete (DOS)

Running Peachtree Complete (DOS)

Running Peachtree Complete (DOS)

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I keep getting system error #75 when trying to run Peachtree Complete for DOS version 11.  The program is loaded on an XP server and I am trying to run it from a 2000 workstation.  It works great on the server.  Anybody have any ideas?

RE: Running Peachtree Complete (DOS)

If you are running v11 you will need to make sure that you have the correct amount of files and buffers in the config.nt

RE: Running Peachtree Complete (DOS)

Clasic now has a version 13 that is Windows orientated.  Would suggest that you either convert to that or go to Complete.  The DOS version wasn't designed for XP and like many programs written in DOS is a crash waiting to happen thanks to the MS changes.  Course those changes are likely to be for the good in the long run.

Bill Couture
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