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I was editing receipts, suddenly this window appear saying that neat is not responding, I logged off. This morning when I loggen in it says that there is a problem opening the database, database invalid or corrupt and cannot be opened
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would be extremely surprised if this turned out to be a valid copy of XP. Shrink wrap is easy to do. Someone has already used your product key which Microsoft has now registered to a different computer.
And yes, when you submit it the message is that it is invalid which means already in use by another computer.
Microsoft never gives the error message "this product code is already in use". They only say it is invalid.
I've installed XP tons of time and even had a few times where the license belonged to another computer. When that happened, the invalid error message is what I got.
I'll make another guess and say you did not buy XP from a computer store, but instead from an individual. A reputable computer store should be able to help you with your problem if you bought from one.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
check the folder type it may be just set for read only. the administrator has the option on the interface to see if the database is read only for others or if it is editable.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
It is likely some sidebar gadget you've got installed that wants to use bluetooth.
Take a look at the installed gadgets, and see if that makes sense. To administer gadgets (I am assuming the sidebar is not opening properly), but do try to start it, then:
Windows Sidebar Properties
View list of running Gadgets
Remove any gadgets that may cause the trouble.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
It seems that you have your Database(.mdb) file is created in Office 2003.... thats why you are unable to open it in 2007.... I faced the same problem.... then I came back to 2003 in order to use our database......
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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