After awhile I received the following error: There are a number of reasons that this can happen – generally it has to do with either an error in the web patch file or possibly an incompatibility with another version of Quick Books that you may have installed on this computer.Intuit’s recommendation here is to just press the button multiple times.This will use the Quick Books installer to clean up some files that may have been left laying around, interfering with the installation process.The specific steps vary depending on your version of Windows. You should be logged into Windows with a user account that has administrative permissions. Some people will try this first, as it is generally the one most likely to succeed.We have had Quickbooks since 2004 and my daughter has all of the discs for quickbooks and won’t be back in the office for 2 weeks. If you're encountering any sort of software conflict, though, try contacting Intuit tech support.When you are updating to a new revision of Quick Books it is not uncommon to run into errors when your update is being applied. If you download a manual update, you apply the update by running the downloaded file.
At the very least the computer that didn’t update will give you warnings when you access the company file.I had already installed this on several of my computers, but one system hadn’t been updated.When I start Quick Books on that system I see the notification: When I clicked on the update process began.If one or more users are not using the exact same Company File it can appear that the file is not being updated as different files are being used.To ensure all users are accessing the same file ask everyone to open Quick Books and hit F2 on the keyboard.