I’m generally pretty lucky with Quick Books installation on my own computer, it is rare for me to run into problems.
That is odd, because my primary computer is a very “dirty” system. I use this system to develop software, so there are odd bits of code floating around.
If that is what people are interested in, I’ll write about it.
FAQ: How do I correct the error, "Aatrix Updater missing."?
No problem, though, as the utility asks you which version you are cleaning up after, and it only affects the one you select. Most 1328 errors seem to have to do with a missing EXE or DLL file.
AFTER this, reinstall Enterprise 14 (which takes me to R1 again), then run the web patch file to get to R4. It is interesting to note that if I had followed the “best practice” for this situation – stopped at the first error and searched for that (the 1328 error), the Quick Books support site would have take me to KB article SLN41150, which suggests as the error message you see, not the errors that “cascade” after the first you see.
We still require a Professional or Enterprise version to be installed.
Currently we are still working on compatibility issues between the new Microsoft Edge browser and Red River Software.
Reminder: All users must be out of Red River to install this update.That means it is a good time to talk about fixing Quick Books installation errors.Nothing warms the heart more than seeing “” as you are getting ready to close out the year in Quick Books!Retry and Ignore just made the installer throw up more 1328 errors.Abort closed this window and moved on to the next error, a more generic 1603 error: Clicking OK here made the installer roll back the installation, leaving me where I was before.