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Tally's Data folder not opening

Desmond

Destroy Erase Improve
Staff member
Admin
I don't know the exact functionality of Tally, but are you sure that the data in that path is really the data that Tally needs?

It could also be that the data could be for a different version of Tally that your current version does not support.
 
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billubakra

Conversation Architect
I don't know the exact functionality of Tally, but are you sure that the data in that path is really the data that Tally needs?

It could also be that the data could be for a different version of Tally that your current version does not support.

Yes dear the data path is correct. The data is for Tally 9.0 only, I got this data for some project.
 

Desmond

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Staff member
Admin
Then perhaps the files are corrupt? Have you tried opening those in another machine running Tally?
 

Desmond

Destroy Erase Improve
Staff member
Admin
Like I said, I am not familiar with Tally's functionality. It could be that older version of files might not be supported by newer versions. But you better confirm this from somewhere before concluding this.

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billubakra

Conversation Architect
Like I said, I am not familiar with Tally's functionality. It could be that older version of files might not be supported by newer versions. But you better confirm this from somewhere before concluding this.

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Na, everything version etc. is ok. I called Tally's customer support, they are asking me to upload the data folder to their ftp server which I am not allowed to. I have to submit the project before next Monday.
 

Desmond

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Staff member
Admin
Try copying the files to another location on your hard drive and try opening from there. If that doesn't work then I have no other solutions.
 
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billubakra

Conversation Architect
Try copying the files to another location on your hard drive and try opening from there. If that doesn't work then I have no other solutions.

Out of options, I contacted Tally's customer support. They created a new cmp file, I don't remember the exact name right now, and after 20 minutes the thing was resolved. Thanks for chipping in brother.
 
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