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Do you use Sage financial software? The only instance I could find about a similar-named file was ACCDATA\HEADER.DTA in Sage.
If so, be sure that the Sage product is shut down first. The program probably has the file opened for exclusive use, meaning no other program (such as your backup program) can read it. Backing up the file to another hard drive probably allows the file to be closed temporarily, allowing it to be read.
Are they named the same or is there a 1 or some other variation for the extra account.
You cannot merge payroll items, the only thing that you can do is to make sure you have all employees using the same payroll item, Do a payroll adjustment to move any balances over to the proper payroll item and then make the extra account inactive.
This will take you to one and let you run set up
User Name is Already in Use / Cannot Access YYY because XXX is logged in
Typically, when you get this message you will be asked if you want to remove the user from the request list. If you are asked this question, simply answer Yes and you'll be able to continue.
An alternative solution is to go in the data folder for your sage data (the default folder for versions prior to 14 is c:\program files\sage\accounts\accdata for v14, the folder is c:\documents and settings\all users\application data\sage\accounts\2008\company.000\accdata on XP and c:\programdata\sage\accounts\2008\company.000\accdata. In the data folder, you will find a file called QUEUE.DTA - delete the file and you should be able to get back into Line 50. If you have a multi user version of Line 50, you should only delete this file if you are sure that no-one else is using Line 50.