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Reinstall your software manager in your computer. First uninstall it and then restart your computer and then install a fresh copy of it. Hope this could help..Please don't forget to rate me..:-) Thanks..
This error occurs when the user doesn't have XML Core Services 4.0 SP2
intstalled on the local workstation. To download the service pack
either go to Microsoft's website or go to google.com search engine and
enter "Download XML Core Services 4.0 SP2." To intall the service pack,
have an administrator login and run the downloaded file.
I have ACCPAC 4.2 (windows) manuals and ACCPAC DOS 6.0 manuals.
Just pay $5.00 each, total -- the postage ($3.99 medial mail) is included.
I don't want them to go to lanfill.
George [email protected],com
'It's not a permissions issue at all. Your SharedData folder doesn't
point to where the licenses are, i.e. *.LIC (or *.PLS depending on the
version.) Look at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ACCPAC International,
Inc.\ACCPAC\Configuration\SharedData. Jay Converse IT Director Systemlink, Inc."
Okay what you need to do Is get the Hotfix for this software from the manufacturer of the software and they should send it to you. (You may want to check to see if you have it already). Again the hotfix is what you need in order to solve the problem.
try checking to see if the company exists in the database setup.
you need to make sure the company database is linked to the system database before it becomes available to use. if it is there, delete the links and recreate them