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X500.jpg' alt='Quickbooks 2016 License And Product Number Blogspot' title='Quickbooks 2016 License And Product Number Blogspot' />Congratulations And now the question arises How do I transfer my Quick. Books to the new computerGood news the process is not hard at all. Heres how. HOW TO SET UP QUICKBOOKS ON YOUR NEW COMPUTERRemember, there are two pieces that work together to form your Quick. Books setup The Quick. Books software application programYour Quick. Books data file. STEP 1. Zip Reader. Take your Quick. Books CD or the installation file if you chose the download option when you purchased Quick. Books and install it on the new computer. Follow the prompts found in the installation wizard, and complete the process. Be sure to pay careful attention to the prompt that talks about downloading product updates youll want to do that also as part of the installation of the Quick. Books program on your new computer. ALERT If you are trying to use an older version of Quick. Books software on your new computer, it may NOT work. Keep in mind that only Quick. Books 2. 01. 0 and newer versions will run and are supported on Windows 7. Dont even bother trying to get an older version to work you will want to purchase an upgrade to your Quick. Books software first. STEP 2. Now that the Quick. Books program has been installed and updated, go back to your old computer. Open Quick. Books on it. Click File in the menu bar Open Previous Company. This will tell you exactly where you Quick. Books data file is located. Make note of the EXACT name of the file as it is listed. Navigate to that location and copy the file to a flash drive. Take the flash drive and plug it in to your new computer. Make a new folder on your computer called Quick. Books Data or other name of your choosing and copy the file from your flash drive to this new folder. Finally, open Quick. Books. Click File Open or Restore Company and locate the new file you created above and youre back in business. SUGGESTION If the description above is too technical for you, grab the closest teenager you can find. Theyll have it done in a minute or less. Once you are done with both steps above, you are ready to dig in and use Quick. Books on your new computer From that point on, dont put any Quick. Books information in your old computer, since the new one will not know anything about it. RELATED INFORMATION. Fixing Quick. Books Error 8. Practical Quick. Books Practical Quick. Books. For some reason Ive been seeing a number of errors with Quick. Books 2. 01. 0 and Enterprise v. Im not sure why these have been popping up, but several of my clients have been reporting them. This week Ill talk about error 8. Recently I talked about errors 1. On several systems I ran into additional errors. Unfortunately at this time I havent been able to pin down if these are related to the R9 update or not I suspect that it might be as I usually have all of my 2. Interestingly, Ive 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 isnt important which one it is. Intuits suggestions for fixing this are to try, in sequence Rebooting your computer. Updating to the latest release. Running reboot. bat. Restarting Quick. Books. Reinstalling Quick. Books if the problem persists. Rebooting Your Computer. In the case that Im using as an example here, rebooting didnt resolve the problem. In one client site this helped. This was a client who rarely reboots, always has the computer sleep instead. I like to reboot my systems fairly often, to clear out problems that tend to accumulate in memory. It is a simple thing to try, though. Updating to the Latest Release. This is always a good idea if you are running into problems as long as you are careful. Quick. Books provides free updates during the life of the product about three years, which can either be installed automatically or at a time of your choosing. BE CAREFUL with this in a multi user situation as all users should be and sometimes must be on the same release. If you update your computer to a newer release you may force other users to update, and that can be a bit chaotic if you try this at a busy time. In my sample system, the program was already updated to the R9 release the latest available at this time, so I didnt try this step. Reboot. bat. When you install Quick. Books it places a small batch file in your Program Files folder named Reboot. Each versioninstallation of Quick. Books will have its own copy of this file. This file contains a number of command line programs that will go through and reset the Windows registry settings for all of the components that Quick. Books uses. Normally this is taken care of by the installation program when you install Quick. Books. However, sometimes Windows will lose or forget some of these registry settings. Reboot. bat makes sure that everything is registered correctly. This is usually a fairly benign procedure you arent changing releases, you arent uninstalling things. You are just making sure that the components of Quick. Books are registered properly with your operating system. 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 all Quick. Books users exit the program as well. In addition, make sure that you are logged on to Windows as a user that has administrative privileges. To find this file, open Windows Explorer and find the folder for your product in Program Files. Note that if you have multiple Quick. Books products installed you must use the folder that matches the product that has the problem. Find reboot. bat, double click on it to run it. I will usually restart the computer after running this, although Intuit doesnt state that this is required. Unfortunately, in most cases, this step did not resolve the problem. I do recommend that you try it, however, as it doesnt take much time. Reinstalling Quick. Books. This seems to be the best way to resolve a number of problems lately, as Ive mentioned in other blog articles. If the steps I have outlined above dont 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. This may be updating the release level of your installation. All users should be and sometimes must be on the same release. If you update your computer to a newer release you may force other users to update, and that can be a bit chaotic if you try this at a busy time. If you have a multi user installation go to a different workstation where hopefully you can run Quick. Books without getting this error. On that computer press F2 and look for your License Number and Product Number. Write those down. YOU SHOULD already have that on the original CD if you installed from that, but many people dont have this information available. IN ADDITION, look at the Product line to see what Release you are running. Go to your Windows control panel, find the Programs section, locate your copy of Quick. Books, and select uninstall. In the Quick. Books installation program select remove do not select repair. If you select Repair then most likely you will get an error during installation, such as a 1. The next step is very important in multi user installations. Go to the Quick. Books product update web site and determine what the current release is for your product. Compare this to the release information that you noted when you pressed F2 above. If the other workstations are using an older version then note that you may have to perform a minor file conversion. Normally this isnt an issue, but to do it you will have to make all users stop using Quick. Books, and they will all have to update their program to the current revision. You may want to find an appropriate time to do this dont do it right as someone is about to print payroll checks, for example. Next, reinstall Quick. Books. Do not just use your Quick. Books CD for this step. Instead, go to the Intuit Quick. Books Support Download Site and locate your version of Quick. Books in the listing. Download the program. This is a full copy of the program including the latest patches, so you dont have to apply any patches after installation. Download this, run it, and reinstall your copy of Quick. Books. You will need to enter the license number and product number you may see that the program shows them on the installation screen as a prior value. In most cases you will find that you do not have to reregister the program if you do, and you have to talk to the Intuit staff, just tell them that you are reinstalling on the same computer. This has resolved the problem in all of the installations that Ive worked with, hope it works for you Tags Error Messages. Category General Tips.