Peachtree Complete Accounting 2006 peachw.exe still running when program closed

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We've been running Peachtree Complete Accounting 2006 since it came out, and we recently did the service release 3 update. Now when we close peachtree, it leaves the peachw.exe process still running in task
manager. If you open peachtree again, it opens another copy of peachw.exe and leaves it running on close. So if you open peachtree and close it 30 times, it leaves 30 copies of peachw.exe running. Needless to say this affects performance considerably. Any ideas? Uninstall the last update?
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Check to see if you have NET.Framework Service Pack 1.1 SP1, if not download it. Then download NET.Framework update KB886903. You may still have to do an uninstall/reinstall, but try the NET downloads first.
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it. Then download NET.Framework update KB886903. You may still have to do an uninstall/reinstall, but try the NET downloads first.
Note: If you do have to uninstall/reinstall Peachtree, you will also have to reinstall the SRC3 and curret Tax Updates.
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it. Then download NET.Framework update KB886903. You may still have to do an uninstall/reinstall, but try the NET downloads first.

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