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Quickbooks pro 2008 disconnects

Discussion in 'Networking' started by PK-her0, Dec 15, 2011.

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  1. PK-her0

    PK-her0 Thread Starter

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    Hello guys,

    i have an SBS2003 server thats running quickbooks pro 2008

    and i have 3 workstations connecting to it
    all was working fine

    then about a week ago we started to get disconnection errors on all the workstations.

    i got a small 5 port ethernet switch and connected all workstations and the server into that, but its the same thing.

    i ran a ping from the server to a workstation with the -t switch and never saw once a drop in connection.

    the broadband connection is having an issue where it disconnects every few minutes to 1 hour...but i dont think this is related as when i turn off the modem i still have the problem.

    what im going to try:

    im going to run a chkdsk on the server
    reinstall the network card drivers on the server and setup tcp/ip settings again.
    run a malware scan on the server

    then tomorrow i will see if i can run a repair on the company file of quickbooks
    after a backup

    apart from that what else can i try, any info at this point would be like gold

    im not asking for anybody to solve the problem, its more of a "where should i be looking" type of thing.

    thanks
    pk
     
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