Question about Intuit QuickBooks: Pro 2005 for PC
Installed QB Pro 2005 on a different laptop and when I tried to launch it the first time, an error message appears as follows:
Windows XP and Windows 2000 users must have Power Users or Administrator group rights in order to run QuickBooks. Please contact your system administrator about being granted those rights.
I am the Administrator user on this computer.
This usually indicates a bad registry in windows, where the admin accounts are damaged. You can try creating a new user with admin rights. If the problem persists, you will probably need to do a system recover on the laptop, setting it back to factory specifications.
Backup any data you want to save first.
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