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Old 01-04-2015, 06:25 AM
bawldiggle bawldiggle is offline
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QuickBooks Pro 2000

My XP machine has finally died.
- I do not know what version of QBs I have but I purchased PRO in preparation for Australian GST tax.

Q1: Will my ancient version of QBks run on Win7 Home Premium.
- I cannot afford a new version as I retired 6 years ago and am on a limited income, and a free second hand PC for seniors.

Would appreciate any help
Thank you
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Old 01-05-2015, 04:48 AM
Rustler Rustler is offline
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very very doubtful, 2010 was the first version for win7
you can install it, then right click on the desktop icon and set compatibility to run in XP mode and try
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Old 02-25-2015, 10:55 PM
wherethefugawi wherethefugawi is offline
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very very doubtful, 2010 was the first version for win7
you can install it, then right click on the desktop icon and set compatibility to run in XP mode and try
definitely doesnt work

BUT it does run on Virtual PC within win7
Virtual PC is a free download from Microsoft that allows xp programs to run in XP running on Win7 machines

Works great.
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