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Problem on start up,

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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  • dbeard76 Jan 11, 2009

    i have the same problem,i have quick books basic 2004,just got a new laptop,my computer tells me that i have to have an older version of quick books,i do but it is corrupt and i do not what to put it on my new laptop,what do i do,email dbeard76@yahoo.com,

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