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Constant Errors PS033, PS038 and various warnings

 

Each time I open QuickBooks pro 2010 I get the following errors/messages and it takes at least 3-5 mins. of clicking on popup messages to use the program:

For at least 8-10 messages I get:

Warning: The file you specified cannot be opened. Make sure that it is not cuurently being used by another program or a read-only file. The windows error was "the file exists"

Then I finally get this:

Payroll Update: QuickBooks can't read your payroll set up files. Click OK to go online and re-install the files. [PS033]

Then QuickBooks tries to update and then it won't and it starts the whole process again.

WHY?????? Please help.

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