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HOW TO OVERCOME THIS ABNORMAL COMPLETION

I TRY TALLY 4.5 IN WIDOWS XP USING MICROSOFT VC 2004.DOS COMMAND...
I COPIED THE TALLY FILES ..
THE MICROSOFT VC APPERS IN C:TALLY
I TYPED TALLY(FILE NAME) AND PRESS ENTER
AN ERROR MSG APPER AS FOLLOW..
TALLY Abornamal Complection
status : 6
Incorrect PATH for DATA Files.
HOW TO OVERCOME THIS ABNORMAL COMPLETION

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  • shanmugam vel Jul 15, 2008

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