This is a problem which affects software which is intended to integrate with Quickbooks from Intuit. When the connection to the accounts file is opened the system reports "Server Busy" or "There is no disk in the drive" with a plausible drive path.Selecting Continue or Try Again allow the software to continue normally, Contrary to appearances this is not necessarily a coding error in the software! The problem is actually caused by the CRSS default error mode being incorrectly set, usually caused by the install of some other software. This is known to occur with a local SQL install. To resolve the issue, use regedit and Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\ and change the value of ErrorMode from 0 to 2

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