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Old 03-06-2017, 12:42 PM
Rustiferion Rustiferion is offline
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Re-register QBPro2010?

Having used QBPro2010 fairly reliably for 7 years, it abruptly told me I had to register again, my 10 free uses were up (!). Dutifully, I clicked okay and started the online process, but since Intuit changed their website URL many years ago, it gets as far as "contacting QuickBooks" - and crashes or closes. Multiple attempts at starting and re-registering have ended the same way. Is there a "Repair" file I can download, or some other workaround?

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only recent change had been a a graphics card upgrade.
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Old 03-06-2017, 01:29 PM
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You are going to have to install QB2017. QB is not going to support QB10 any longer.
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Old 03-29-2017, 03:30 AM
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Totally, agree with cojhl2.

As every year new versions of QuickBooks is introduced to its users, and simultaneously support services for one older version stops to meet QuickBooks Disc Policy. As of now, QuickBooks 2017 is on the go, and authorized assistant to all QuickBooks 2010 products stops since 2013. Thus, it’s better to buy the latest QB edition to make yourself free from such issues.

Hope this will help you!
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