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You need the discs in order to install Windows. Look through your documentation (boxes, manuals, etc.) For most people there was a disc included. If you don't have one, you should have a license on the bottom of your PC, so you would just need the disc. If your PC is still under warranty, Dell will probably give a a free one. Otherwise it will probably cost you $15-20. You might be able to find one on ebay otherwise. Make sure you get the version (Vista Basic, Home Premium, Business, Professional, etc.) and get 32 or 64 bit (whichever matches the label on your PC)
The problem cannot be solved. You need to give more information. Firstly, do you have a 64bit PC? If so then is the Vista disc you have, an upgrade disc or an OEM straight install disc which requires no OS on your PC to install Vista 64? If it is an upgrade disc, then you need a qualifying OS, on your PC to upgrade it to Vista, for eg. WinXP, Win 2000, etc. If it is an OEM Disc then maybe the PC cannot find the disc to boot from when you switch on your PC. Get into the PC's System Bios and set the boot order so that the CD/DVD disc drive is scanned first rather than the Hard Disk drive of your PC at switch on. Then save the settings and exit the system Bios. To get into the system Bios you need to either press the 'Del' key or the 'F2' key when the PC is switched on.
After you install Windows Vista on a computer that uses an SiI Parallel Advanced Technology Attachment (PATA) chip from Silicon Image, the computer does not recognize an attached optical drive as a drive that supports recording. Therefore, you cannot use the computer to burn CDs or DVDs. This problem occurs because the SCSIport driver does not populate the correct number of bytes for an IOCTL_STORAGE_QUERY_PROPERTY Request Packet (IRP) when the device does not return a correct serial number. Service pack information loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); To resolve this problem, obtain the latest service pack for Windows Vista or download the following Hotfix.
I would not open up the company file in 2009. Open your 2003 Quickbooks, make a backup and then restore the back up in 2009. If you do run into problems you might want to upgrade into 2006 and then to 2009. (you will need to find someone who can do this for you if you don't have a 2006 version. I can help you with that if you need it
Hello, I found this on another web site intuit community. I tried this and it works. A couple of people said they had to run this each time they signed on but i have not had to.
Welcome to the community forums. One thing that I notice with your error log is that all the missing files are .dll files. I would suggest running Reboot.bat which re-registers the QuickBooks .dll files. Do a search on your computer for reboot.bat (there is a seperate one for each version) and run the reboot.bat that corresponds to version of QuickBooks you are having a problem with.
It worked for me and I am so happy because as stated QB not longer supports 2005.