I am in need of some guidance.
I have used Manager (desktop version) for about 8 years now. I have just bought a new computer (Windows 10).
I saved my database from my old computer (which also uses Windows 10), like I had done the last time I changed computer. I then downloaded and installed Manager on my new computer and added my business (choosing the correct file).
I looked around in the forum and tried updating Manager on my old computer, which was successful. (I noticed the version I had was really old. 15.something). But when I tried to open my business on Manager, I obtained the same error message. Now I cannot access my database from either the old or the new computer.
Is there a way to convert my old database into SqlLite, which seems to be the format I need?
Hi guys. This worked for me too when I’m trying to recover a customer’s laptop and manager program. He has a .manager file from 23 Nov this year though that says ‘invalid file format’ when I try to import it. I think that’s his latest company file and it looks like an older company file that I can open but I can’t open this one. Any ideas? The latest version of manager gave me thesqlite error which is how I ended up here…
Hi, I have used manager since 2016 and encountered error after updating my Macbook Air (2017) for Big Sur – Manager simply did not open. I have been going through various threads in the forum, but haven’t found much help. After I downloaded and installed the latest version of Manager, I encountered similar issue as listed above for Windows – the backup file does not open.
I followed the instructions as listed above, downloaded the 20.9.89 for mac, installed it, but then another kind of error appeared when I tried to import the backup database: