Question about Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2009
I successfully transferred quickbooks and my company data to my new MacBook Pro using Parallels. Now Quickbooks will not allow me a new password unless I upgrade to their newest version. Therefore I am unable to access my account in Quickbooks. Am I stuck getting a new version of Quickbooks?
Posted on Aug 13, 2014
Intuit has an automated recovery tool to remove passwords. search the QuickBooks support site for Password Removal
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: updating Quickbooks on Vista OS
There are a couple of things going on here.
First, and most important, Qb 2005 was not designed to run on Vista. Vista was barley even in the planning stages when 2005 was programmed. Vista will probably run it, but in a compatability mode ( pretending to be an older version of Windows), but updating the program will be nightmarish at best because the updates are pointing to files that are either 1) no longer used by Windows or 2) the versions and functionality of the files has changed.
My best advice- restore the backup on an XP box, or get a later version of QuickBooks that will run on Vista.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
There may be more than one issue going on here. In some cases, going to a version that is several versions later requires a stepped upgrade. 2003 to 2004, 2004 to 2006, then to 2009. There may also be data damage existing in the 2003 file that will prevent an upgrade, until it is resolved in 2003.
Intuit used to have a policy that it would have you send in a copy of the data file and would convert it for free if you were going to the latest version.
If you are still unable to resolve this, let me know.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Same thing here when attempting to "send payroll data", though mine's with pro 2009. I found this KB item which indicated that I should update:
I followed the update instructions here:
Even though my update status was "nothing new" for each category, I hit the "Update Now" button anyway (it was enabled, why not?). It went through the motions of updating (even though there was nothing to update). When it finished, I closed and re-opened QB, then I was able to send the payroll data. This software is far from the gold standard I thought it was going to be.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Quickbooks requires the Microsoft .Net framework. Error 1935 indicates that this is either not installed, or the wrong version is installed. Take a look at the box to find out which is required (1.0, 2.0, or 3.5) and do a Google search for that (Example: .Net 3.5 Download). When in doubt, install the latest (3.5).
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Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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