how Can I reenter lost transitions after system crash?

 We started using QuickBooks POS about April. Then we had a hard drive fail and lost everything. We were backing up to the hard drive. 

 We reinstall QuickBooks Pos in our new computer. I am trying now to enter as much information as possible for the year. We have about 100 customers with charge accounts. I kept copies of their invoices in paper files. How can get all of the vendors, products and customer information  back where it belongs?


If you have all of the paper receipts for the actual sales transaction you can try resetting the system clock and executing a sale. Then go to the next date and repeat. Etc. etc. etc.

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