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I have a client that uses Peachtree on an old Win XP PC
the motherboard went out, I pulled the drive out.
I copied over folders pclient and peachw
Does peachtree have an import so I can retrieve this database?
any suggestions?
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You don't need to import anything.

You just reinstall install Peachtree .patch and open an existing company by browsing for the folder where the db is stored.

Should be a "company" folder somewhere in the Sage/Peachtree install files on the old disk.

This may vary depending upon the version of Peachtree.
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