What a fright! Starting your accounting software (dare I say "favorite"? Not sure!) And PAF! An error straight out of nowhere. Unable to run your heaven or sky counted commercial management. You made ​​a backup of late I hope?

Error: Application damaged
Message: Error: Application damaged

Source File: CamConfig.cpp (151)


. Allez, rassurez-vous, j'ai peut-être une solution qui va vous permettre de retrouver votre sérénité. T his often happens when you put your updated operating system, including Windows passage 8. Come on, do not worry, I may be a solution that will allow you to regain your confidence. You have tried to go through the standard Heaven? You will certainly have the chance to get the same as mine serenade - "Oh you have to buy the latest version of Sir ..." Time..

A look llez your icon Heaven software in question. Right-click on it. Then click on "Properties". Go to the tab "Compatibility". Select the line "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and select "Windows 7". Also check "Run this program as an administrator".

? R Glide your business management Heaven or Heaven counted or other ... Is it good? Everything is back to normal? For some, this will be the case for other stress still go up a notch ...

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I f you're still here is that you may have not destroyed that damn error CamConfig.cpp ... In this case, please have your installation CD in your suite HEAVEN. In principle, your accounting personnel files should not suffer inconvenience. They are stored by default at home in C: Clear Data. Check if there is the same for you. Copy them possibly elsewhere.

O nce your installation CD found, right-click on your CD / DVD drive and "Explorer" to display all content. Find the installation file called generally "Install.exe". Is performed again manipulations identical to those made previously, namely:

C lick right-click "Install.exe" or equivalent. Then click on "Properties". Go to the tab "Compatibility". Select the line "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and select "Windows 7". Also check "Run this program as an administrator".

Run the "Setup.exe" file. Reinstall everything. Normally, with that, it will be OK!

Good luck!

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