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Permission denied (Error 70) Article rated 2.5/5.0
If you receive this error, you probably do not have sufficient privileges on the computer that you are operating. To correctly operate HORTICOPIA® Professional, users must have the following privi...
License file problem -- CANNOT READ FILE -- 8 Article rated 3.0/5.0
This error message indicates that HORTICOPIA® Professional program is having problems accessing your license file for the program. The license file is called HortPro.lf and is usually stored in th...
License file problem -- CANNOT CREATE FILE -- 9 Article rated 3.0/5.0
This error message indicates that HORTICOPIA® Professional program is having problems accessing your license file for the program. The license file is called HortPro.lf and is usually stored in th...
License file ## error messages - Explanations of all potential Article rated 3.4/5.0
Error Number and Explanation   0 PP_FALSE The function call failed.   1 PP_TRUE or PP_SUCCESS The function call succeeded.   2 ERR_INVALID_ATTRIBUTES Invalid parameters have be...
What can I do if I get an error about MSXML 6.0 during SQL Server installation? Article rated 4.0/5.0
This applies only to Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3). To find out how to check your Windows version, click here. From the Start menu, select Programs (or All Programs) and see if you can find Micro...
OCX and DLL Errors Article rated 3.0/5.0
OCX and DLL Errors with Component xxx or one of its dependencies not correctly registered; missing or invalid file(and similar) This type of error may occur when Trying to start the program Try...
Error: 43 ERR_REGISTRY_QUERY Article rated 3.0/5.0
If you receive this message, the user does not have sufficient privileges to make certain registry entries. You must start the program once while logged on to Windows as an Administrator. Subsequent l...
Cannot create folders/files in ... Article rated 2.6/5.0
An error such as this indicates that you have some restrictions on the Windows account that you are using. To correctly run HORTICOPIA® Professional, users must have adequate permissions to certa...
What can I do if I get a message to insert the Microsoft Office CD? Article not rated yet
While running the program, a pop-up may appear that stating that it is trying to install Microsoft Office and wants you to insert the CD. This is a Microsoft bug. To remedy this problem, you simply m...
This installation path is corrupt. Article rated 5.0/5.0
The message "This installation path is corrupt" generally occurs when the program is launched from a location other than where it was originally installed. This message will also occur if you move o...
How do I decompress the database files? Article not rated yet
Compression usually occurs when you check the "Compress to save space" box during wWindows disk clean-up. To uncompress the vital data for HORTICOPIA Professional,   Make sure you have the ...
An I/O error occured while installing a file. Article rated 3.7/5.0
The error indicates that there is a physical error in reading the installation disk or in writing to the installation directory. Make sure your installation disk is not scratched and does not have ...
What do I do if when I try to install A to Z and I receive an error message? Article rated 3.0/5.0
If the disk is fairly old, the installation may not be compatible with Windows Vista or Windows 7.   Contact Horticopia, Inc. about getting a replacement disk.
When accessing the online help in A to Z, I get an error when running under Windows Vista. Article rated 3.0/5.0
This issue is fairly common and has been addressed by Microsoft for Windows Vista users. Please see the following Microsoft weblink: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=6ebcfad9-...
There is a problem creating files in a folder-- access error - 75 Article not rated yet
Change the access permissions of the folder or file to allow writing.
I get a "disk full" message when installing HORTICOPIA software Article rated 3.0/5.0
A "disk full" message usually means that the installation program cannot write to the disk because of axccess privileges. Rerun the setup by RIGHT-CLICKING on the setup and selecting "Run as Administ...
 

 
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