Dll import error when updating

06-Aug-2017 15:10 by 2 Comments

Dll import error when updating

The next step is very important in multi user installations.

BE CAREFUL with this in a multi-user situation – as all users should be (and sometimes be) on the same release.

If the steps I have outlined above don’t resolve the problem, uninstall and then reinstall Quick Books.

As I mentioned above with updating your release of Quick Books, BE CAREFUL with this in a multi-user situation.

Interestingly, I’ve only seen this issue with Enterprise clients.

When starting Quick Books the following error message displays: Clicking “OK” here usually generates another error that will specify the particular DLL that has the problem – it isn’t important which one it is.

This is usually a fairly benign procedure – you aren’t changing releases, you aren’t uninstalling things.

You are just making sure that the components of Quick Books are registered properly with your operating system.However, sometimes Windows will lose or forget some of these registry settings.makes sure that everything is “registered” correctly.Before you run this make sure that all copies of Quick Books on this computer are not running.If this computer happens to be the host for the database in a multi user environment, you need to have exit the program as well.In addition, make sure that you are logged on to Windows as a user that has administrative privileges.

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