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SYSTEM DATE DEFAULTING PROBLEM

SYSTEM DATE DEFAULTING PROBLEM

SYSTEM DATE DEFAULTING PROBLEM

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I am using Peachtree Complete Accounting 8.0 in my small business. The system date is defaulting to March 2003 (for the past six months). When you change it to the correct date and restart Peachtree the date returns to March 2003.  This happens on the server as well as 3 other networked PCs. Any help is greatly appreciated!

RE: SYSTEM DATE DEFAULTING PROBLEM

Your data is probably stored in the BCS folder.  This folder was for the sample company, Bellwether Garden Supply.  If you create a new company, then restore a backup of your old company to the new company, the system date will default to the computer's system date.

For more information you can email support@baytek.com.

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