Backup Exec for Win-95 ver. 2.0 *is* the version I use. It does NOT run under
Win-NT. Seagate has other software for NT.
Now that you mentioned it, I used version 1.15 that came with the tape drive and
had the same problem with Quickbooks. Upgrading to version 2.0 solved the
problem. I had forgotten about that.
Lew Midlam, PE
Bill Allen wrote:
> I have also used Backup Exec ver 5.x. Unfortunately, it uses a file called
> "qbwin.dll" which is the same name as a file used by QuickBooks. I have
> found (as well as a couple of my colleagues) that there is a conflict which
> makes scheduling backup jobs and opening Quickbooks impossible.
> I spoke with Seagate yesterday and they have a program out called "Backup
> Exec for Win 95, ver 2.0". This program, unlike BE ver 5.x, is compiled in
> 32 bit code and the file qbwin.dll has been renamed. At their (Seagate's)
> website, there is no mention of "Backup Exec for Win95" but there is one
> called "Backup Exec for NT" with a retail list price of $149.00.
> Thanks for the info,
> > From: Lew Midlam <Lew.Midlam(--nospam--at)lcm.com>
> > To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org
> > Subject: Re: COMP Backup Software Recommendations
> > Date: Tuesday, March 03, 1998 7:58 PM
> > Bill,
> > I've used Quickbooks and "Seagate Backup Exec" with my TR4 tape drive for