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If there are any user defined TDLs defined in the Tally.ini file set Default Companies to NO start Tally and check.
If the problem persists
Increase the screen resolutions to 16 bit high color small fonts, Load Tally and check.
If the problem persists
Delete the printer drivers available in the Printer panel. Execute Tally. If this resolves the issue you can then re-install the printer drivers.
If the difficulty persists
After checking above-mentioned in case the difficulty persists please check the following.
Check for viruses in the system
Delete the Tally.sav file and check
Re-install Tally in a different folder and check
Disable the real time protection of the Anti Virus Software
Incase the problem persists please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
In case the problem is rectified when Default Companies is set to No in Tally.ini it indicates that the default company is corrupted. In such cases please follow the steps mentioned below
Take a backup of your company data
Execute Tally 9
From the Company Info Menu press Ctrl Alt R.
The Rewrite company screen is displayed. From the List of Companies screen select the Company in which you are facing the difficulty. The screen Rewrite Yes or No is displayed. Press Enter to re-write.
The error message indicates a data corruption. Please restore an earlier data backup which did not have this problem and proceed.
If you do not have the Backup then create a copy of the existing data and rewrite it by clicking Ctrl+Alt+R before selecting the Company.
Before rewriting ensure that the Company you wish to rewrite is not in use on any of the nodes and the command has to be applied before selecting the Company.
The data preferably should be available in the local hard disk. Ensure that you create a back up of the data in the the hard disk or a medium like CD.
to solve this type of problem first of all take backup of your tally data then right click on ur tally icon on desktop go to properties then click on findtargate open ur tally configuration file see the line
load comony=yes (change yes into no) save the file & exit start ur tally pres ctr+alt+r selct the company which was giving error press enter tally will ask to rewrite the company press y to yes let the finish rewrite task then start working on tally
try this this works
If you are using tally legal. Please check whether the date & time are correct. If correct then check the data folder file permission (readonly, hidden, system attributes) are removed. If not while starting tally press Ctrl + Alt + R for and select company which one is getting error. It will rewrites the data of that particular company. Then close tally and open again check it. If this doesn't work u should contact tally support with u r licence key and product id.