What a fright! You run your accounting software (dare I say "favorite"? Not sure!) And PAF! An error straight out of nowhere. Unable to execute your sky or heaven accounting business management. You have done a backup lately I hope?
. happens often when you put your operating system up to date, including the passage of Windows 8. Come on, do not worry, I may be a solution that will help you regain your confidence. You tried to go through the standard Sky? You will definitely get the chance to serenade the same as mine: - "Ah, you have to buy the latest version sir ..." Time..
Error: Application damaged
Message: Error: Application damaged
Source File: CamConfig.cpp (151)
llez search your icon Heaven software. Click right button above. Then click "Properties". Go to the "Compatibility" tab. Select the line "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and select "Windows 7" option. Also check "Run this program as an administrator".
? Glide your Sky Sky commercial or accounting or other management ... Is it good? Everything is back to normal? For some, this will be the case for other stress still rise a notch ...
f you're still here, is that you can not be negated that damn error CamConfig.cpp ... In this case you, please have your installation of your SKY Software Suite CD. In principle, personal accounting files should not suffer inconvenience. They are stored by default in my C: Clear Data. Check if it is the same for you. Copy them possibly elsewhere.
your CD installation found, right click on your CD / DVD and then "Explore" reader button to display all the content. Find the installation file which is usually called "Install.exe". Is performed again identical to those previously made manipulations, namely:
lick right on "Install.exe" or equivalent button. Then click "Properties". Go to the "Compatibility" tab. Select the line "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and select "Windows 7" option. Also check "Run this program as an administrator".
Run the file "Setup.exe". Reinstall everything. Normally, with that, it will be OK!