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I am using Quickbooks 2002 First screen says: This file was not closed in the previous session. Rolling back to last fully recorded transaction." Then I click OK and get the message: "Quickbooks has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvience." I've tried uninstalling and re-installing. The problem remains.

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    This file was not closed in the previous session. Rolling back to last fully recorded transaction comes up even after reinstalling after uninstalling. Then I get QB has encountered a problem and must close immediately

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That is an "Old QB Software version" installed in to a "Newer Version of Windows" issue.

QB 2002 most likely works best with Win 98 or 2000.

For your best functioning on your PC, I would ONLY do QuickBooks entries when your PC has just been freshly turned on and no other programs have been running first. Also "Pause" or temporarily "Exit" any background running software like Win Defender and/or any Anti-virus programs. Call QuickBooks and ask them how you could go about Up Grading your QB version to a more Windows compatible version without having to purchase EACH version to "UPDATE" your pre-existing database/files so they are not lost or dysfunctional. They once sent me disks to jump 2 versions and they charged me less than 50 bucks but that was a few years back. Good Luck!

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