I have had difficulty with back up to a floppy recently as it tells me "source file" cannot be found. I input my checks on December 16th and planned to reconcile when my statement arrived, which occurred yesterday. When I went to reconcile, all my data from 4/20/08 to date is missing.
I have searched my entire computer and cannot locate the files with data. If I cannot restore somehow, I will have no choice but to enter 8 months of data.
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If you have done the recommended back up's when prompted, just restore your database from the last back up date. From the top menu bar... Click <Company> then click <Restore...>. It will ask for the location where you stored the last back up, then prompt you to restore it to that point. Note: You will have to re-enter all items after the date you last restored it which could be time consuming if you didn't back up for a long while. Note: If you didn't back up your database, there is nothing you can do but go back and re-enter the data.
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I have had similar problems with an older version of MyInvoices, yet I first get a message saying, "Customer file is corrupted." I actually was surfing to see if anyone has had similar problems with the customer file. I have had to go to the extent of restoring things on another computer and then putting it back on my original computer. I have even, at times over the years, had to delete all of the files from the one computer in order to restore it from the other.
However, there is sometimes an easy fix to your problem: the program intermittently creates "Safe" versions of your file. These versions can be found in the "Safe" folder (which is located in the MyInvoices folder of the MySoftware folder under Program files). There are numerous "Safe" folder which are likely numbered. You can check the date and time that they were automatically created and select the most recent one. However, restoring it this way will cause you to lose any information that you inputted after this date/time. Hopefully you will have a very recent one and will be able to access your data. Hope this helps!
You need to go to the website of whoever made the motherboard and get the BIOS flash utility and the BIOS binary file to update your BIOS. Make sure you get the right one, as using the wrong one can render your motherboard worthless. The BIOS file has to be the exact match. There is no such thing as close in this situation. If you are not sure of the exact make and model, get te free Belarc Advisor from http://www.belarc.com The BIOS chip holds information about your motherboard hardware. It is reprogrammable. It uses what is known electrically erasable read only memory. This is also called Flash memory. Reprogramming is called flashing. When you flash the BIOS, all data is erased, then the new data is written. The flash utility will most likely allow you to save the old contents, but you might have an extremely tough time recovering from an improper flash. You'll also probably need a couple of floppy disks, one of which may have to be bootable. If you need a bootable floppy disk, you can get an image file from http://www.bootdisk.com.
most hard drives have that erie only 2 partitians at a time this is with your computer how it can handle since you made three particians there is a chance that it only allows partitions of only 2
say for instance you have a celeron your comp would only allow what you memmory can give you this would knock out the 2 partician when created the 3rd partician
not enough memmory to fill all 3 partitians
safe end to this particians in long run can hurt your comp more than help it i suggest buying another hdd to make your back ups or get a portable pull out system hdd this ensures your files are as easy to get as putting in a new hard drive
hope this gave some insite