WINDOWS 7 Disk Management


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Redjak

"Wolf K" wrote in message

Am I hitting the wrong group to ask about Win7's XP-mode? If not, I
having problems "making" the application in the XP-Mode see one of
the
disk drives. Application is QB Ver 5.0 Runs well inthe XP-Mode
less being able to consistantly see one of the lap's drives.
"Hacked"
my way from the app to a drive; cannot repeat the procedure (as if I
wrote down the steps in the first place :-( Direction(s)
appreciate.

Regards,
Wayne

I think you might get better help by searching on Quickbooks 5
windows 7.
His best bet would be to buy a new copy of QBs. Or even a 2010 copy.
 
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Bob Hatch

Am I hitting the wrong group to ask about Win7's XP-mode? If not, I
having problems "making" the application in the XP-Mode see one of the
disk drives. Application is QB Ver 5.0 Runs well inthe XP-Mode
less being able to consistantly see one of the lap's drives. "Hacked"
my way from the app to a drive; cannot repeat the procedure (as if I
wrote down the steps in the first place :-( Direction(s) appreciate.

Regards,
Wayne
You are, at this point, not talking about Windows 7, or XP Mode. You are
talking about QB 5, and I'll bet not one person here is using QB 5 in XP
Mode.


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John Williamson

Redjak said:
His best bet would be to buy a new copy of QBs. Or even a 2010 copy.
Or totally change his system, download GNUCash for free, and import all
his QB data into it.

Just saying, like...
 

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