When I click on quick books, it says problem with startup, go to repair. I go to repair it tells me there is a problem with c:\config.Msi|P//t932.tmp. and to contact the patch vendor. I don't know what to do
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When do you start MS PowerPoint then
office check for problems such as add-ins or file extension that
would not start powerpoint. If you find such problem then try to
start your MS PowerPoint in safe mode.
If you will be able to start in safe
mode then there is a problem with add-ins. So disabling the add-ins
can fix the problem.
You can disable the add-ins by
Click the File tab.
On the Manage menu, click Disabled
Items, and then click Go.
uninstall the software 100% reboot the machine so the information obtained in ram is not going to interfere with new installation. using your original cdrom that came with the kit, install your quick books 2007 software register it with the original code and product id sequence numbers. when it tries to run theirs 3 things happening now. the program in initializing it;s visual c run time libraries. and well as calling the dynamically loaded libraries from the windows directory and other locations. if a program was removed that used these files and it was uninstalled with the files then it is possible you will have to install qb from scratch and use the qbw or quick books workspace file to run your company files afterwords. backup the qbw files encase of problems. this is often tell take sings of viral or system melware. then scan with your virus software. and see if anything was crashing the program. other options involve system files missing that are used. good luck.
This can indicate a damaged file. Or, on some flash drives you will recieve this message when you try to access the file directly on the drive.
One suggestion, try copying the file from the flash drive to the desktop. Then right click the file on the desktop, and on the properties, make sure it is not set to read only.
You can find the repair feature in the control panel add/remove programs window.
Open your control panel, click on add/remove programs, scroll down to QuickBooks and click remove (it won't you will be prompted to either repair or remove). Have you disk handy in case it prompts you for it.