"Recopying" your File Name and Path to the Windows Clipboard
1099 E-Filing Overview
Applying for a Transmitter Control Code (TCC)
Checking Size of Uploaded File
FIRE System Upload: Navigating to your File
Navigating the IRS FIRE System Website
Printing Summaries and Reports
Payroll Return E-filing
E-filing Forms 94x with Payroll System
Modifying Your IRS E-file Application to E-file Forms 94x
Requirements to E-File Forms 94x
CA Forms DE 9 and DE 9C
Texas C3/C4 Employer's Quarterly Report
How do I back up/restore my data?
How do I backup to and restore from a CD or DVD?
How do I configure automatic backup?
How do I find missing backup data?
How do I move CFS programs and data to a new computer?
How do I move CFS programs and data to a new server?
How do I send client data to a colleague via email?
Why does Financial Planning Tools indicate restore database is being shared?
Why is the program not automatically backing up?
How do I download and install an update from within the program?
How do I download and install the single user version of a program?
How do I install a program or update in "safe mode?"
How do I install programs from CD?
How do I manually download and install an update?
How do I map a network drive?
How do I perform a network setup?
How do I perform a workstation setup?
What is the purpose of a network license?
Why does my desktop shortcut open the installer?
Why does the setup tell me to reboot the computer?
License Code/Firm Information
How do I change my address or firm name?
How do I edit my license code/firm information?
How does my license code work?
Where can I find my Customer ID number?
Where can I find my license code?
Why can't I call to update my firm name/address?
Why does my license code change?
Why does the installer tell me my license code is invalid?
Can I get a user’s manual for CFS programs?
Do I need a network license?
How do I contact CFS for technical support?
How do I print to a PDF?
How many computers am I licensed for?
Where can I get help for Fill-N-Print?
Where's my W2/1099 program?
Why aren't all the programs I ordered on the CD?
Why can't I order forms and envelopes over the phone?
Why didn’t you tell me to renew my programs?
Why do I need a MyCFS account?
Why does CFS no longer send renewal packets?
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CSV Import Guidelines
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Health Insurance Compensation for 2% Owners of S-Corps
Hide/Display State Forms
Payroll System Database Reconstruction
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Special Database Recovery Overview
CD install fails with message "Previous installation not found"
CFS Setup Runs Another Vendor's Installer
Error 12007 "Name not resolved" on Update from the Web
Error 12029 "Cannot Connect" on Update from the Web
Error 12031 when Downloading
Error 339 "File is not correctly registered" During Install
Error 339: CSCMD32.OCX etc failed to self-register
Error 339: THREED32.OCX is not correctly registered
Error 339: VSSPELL6.OCX failed to self-register
Error 35756 when Starting Program
Error 35761 when Attempting to Update
Error 35764 when Attempting to Update
Error 5001 on Installation
Error Message: "A previous version of [program] was not found..."
Error Message: "Not a Valid Win32 Executable"
Error Message: "Version of the application could not be determined"
Error Message: "Zip file damaged"
Move Data Process Error on Install
Setup Stalls During Full Install
Still Running Old Version after Update
Update Setup Reports File Is Locked
Update Setup Stalls
Error 16 when Printing Form
Error 2018: Page margins are too large, can't run report
Error 2019 when Printing Report
Error 429 when Printing Form
Error 482 when Trying to Print
Error 484 when Trying to Print
OCR-A (or OCR-ACFS) font is not properly installed
Program Crashes Without Error Message when Printing
"Small Fonts and Sans Serif can't be found" when Starting Program
"The feature you are trying to use..."
Error 1004: Error Accessing Database
Error 1706: No valid source could be found for product ( ). The Windows Installer cannot continue.
Error 3022 in Payroll System
Error 3031 when Restoring Payroll Data
Error 3045 in Payroll System
Error 3049 in Payroll System
Error 3050 in Payroll System
Error 3051 in Payroll System Network Installation
Error 3051 when Restoring Payroll Data
Error 3051: The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot open the file...
Error 3075 in Payroll System
Error 3112 in Payroll System
Error 3343 in Payroll System
Error 339: component missing or not properly registered
Error 3421 when Restoring Data
Error 3633 when Starting Payroll System
Error 3800 in Payroll System
Error 380: Invalid property value
Error 381: Invalid property array index
Error 400: Form already displayed; can't show modally
Error 429: ActiveX component cannot create object
Error 429: You don't have an appropriate license to use this functionality
Error 480: Can't create AutoRedraw image
Error 48: Trouble loading DLL
Error 52: Bad file name or number
Error 5: Invalid procedure call
Error 63 and Error 380
Error 6: Overflow
Error 7 when Starting Program
Error 70: Permission Denied
Error 75: Path/File Access Error
Error 9 and Error 381
Error 9 and Error 63
Error TX4OLE invalid property value 1-900
Items "Not Saved"
Message that something "needs to be installed" or "is on CD"
Your Network Data Is Read-Only
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Quick Reference Guide
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Field Details for Numeric Fields
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Generic ASCII File Client List
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Errors 75 and 3051 are usually indications that your access to data on the network is not properly configured.
The network versions of CFS programs allow data to be stored and manipulated on a storage device which is physically attached to another computer. But the program needs to have the path to that data defined, and "Modify" access must be permitted. This is done in four steps. If you are getting error 75 or error 3051, you may have missed a step.
At the server where the data is to be stored:
1. Create the share point.
If you already have a shared folder on the server (the computer where the CFS data is stored), and if the CFS data is to be stored within that folder, there is nothing to be done here. Otherwise, create a folder and give it a name, such as CFS.
2. Set security and sharing on the folder.
In Windows (or "File") Explorer, locate the folder to be shared. Right-click on the folder and left click on "Properties." Set the folder to be shared. Enter a share name if you do not want to use the default (the folder name).
Different operating systems use different controls for sharing folders on the network. If "simple file sharing" is in use, "Allow others to write" must be set.
The usual setup for security and sharing is to use corresponding tabs on the properties dialog. On the Security tab, define the user(s) and set the permissions to allow Modify. On the Sharing tab, click the Permissions button and again, define the users if necessary, and give them Modify permission. What is important here is the name of the user used to log onto the workstation. If appropriate, you may add (to security and share permissions) a user by the name of "everyone" and give that user Modify or Change permission.
While at the server, determine the computer's name. Right-click on "My Computer" and left-click on "Properties." Look for a "Computer Name" tab. Write down the name of the computer.
At the workstation where the program is run:
3. Map the drive.
If the drive has already been mapped for other CFS programs, skip to step 4, using the same drive letter to configure the new program.
If the drive has not been mapped:
- In Windows (or "File") Explorer, go to the "Tools" menu and select "Map Network Drive." In the "Map" dialog box, first select the drive letter. (If there are multiple workstations, it is best if the same drive letter is used on each, but this is not necessary.)
- Use the "Browse" button to specify the network location for the mapped drive. Double-click on categories such as "Domain" or "Workgroup" until you locate the name of the server you wrote down in step 2 above.
- When you double-click on the server, you will reveal a list of share points. Select the share point you wish to map. Click Finish, OK, or Apply and Close. (DO NOT go any deeper into the folder structure than the SHARE POINT.)
4. Configure the program.
- Open the program.
- Click on "Configuration" on the toolbar.
- In the "Data Options" section, use the dropdown menu to slect the "Data Drive" you have mapped.
- Use the folders box to browse to the database folder (the folder with DB at the end of the name).
- Click "Save Settings."
- Click "Close."
The above procedures should resolve the network errors.