Question about Avanquest ProVenture Invoices (804526027097)
The file extensions are .DBF, .DBT, & .DBX. What can I use to open them?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: when i try to open
Sounds like the file you are trying to open is corrupted. If you have a backup file, backup the current file for safekeeping and use a recent backup file.
When the program prompts, then creates a backup file for a database, it has a .bak suffix. However it also creates a folder in the 'Safe' folder under c:\program files\estimates. Locate the most recent version of the db files in the Safe, copy the folder to the c:\documents and settings\...\Invoices directory, and the most recent uncorrupted database should be available.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
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