Still awaiting Proseries to answer the problem with my tax programme not being able to update due to error updateZilla message missing c:\Prowin19\32bit\PrpPrf18.ini.

Do not require answers from the Community thank you only Intuit or a refund of my subscription for a programme that does not work properly.

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You can try reading this similar topics, to see if this leads to your solution:

https://accountants-community.intuit.com/questions/1905939-why-when-installing-proseries-professiona...

It seems to be asking about Visual Studio 2017:


You don't need to uninstall any of them. You would see them all, going forward from the earliest to current, because you have been installing programs all this time, which Visual C/Basic/Studio is also updated as it is included in your newer and newer installed programs.






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