I am recieving this error & am unable to do much with open tabs & such. I imagine this'll be a simple regedit fix, but I'd like to know what key to delete before hand rather than going around jacking up the registry. Please let me know how to avoid this error in the future if it was something my employees did. Thanks for the help.
Upon a bit further looking, I discovered the date on the upper left of the ticket list is 12/30/1899. The computer itself shows the correct time & date, but that's what pops up in the pos software for some reason. I'm thinking about buying some stock in the industrial revolution & bailing before the Great Depression.
All went fine. It's nice to be back in the correct time. The coconut batteries I learned from Gilligan's Professor powered me through the the fix & back to the 21st century.
I think it was a power interruption that caused the glitch. Our power flashed after a car took out a pole that night.
I would like to make a suggestion for everyone. Buy a UPS (backup power supply) at least for your server. They can save you a ton of grief. You never know when a car is going to hit a power pole and screw up your data.
Last edited on Mon Mar 17th, 2008 07:38 pm by Daddio
Thanks to this forum... I found this answer quickly and back online quickly. Could not have happened at a worse time too. Power outage right at dinner time rush. After program started got the same errors listed here. Data repair was successful and back in biz. Thx Jeff! :-)