It is quite clear that Intuit’s ace software QuickBooks is a big success and has been widely used and accepted by millions of small business for control their daily financial activities. The software program is widely used by restaurants, shopping malls, florists, and contractors using Point of Sale software that controls inventory right at the cash register in an effective manner. While installing the software that replaces the cash register, it is probable that the users may encounter lots of POS installation errors, including error code 1304, error code 1642, error code 1706 or “IntuitUpdateService” error. Whenever, you face such errors unexpectedly a technical support phone number for QuickBooks seems to be the best option for kicking these errors. Read more at:…

Error 1304 comes with the message “Error writing to file Intuit.Spc.Esd.Client.BusinessLogic.dll.”

Error 1642 comes with the message “Error installing Microsoft .NET. Could not verify digital signature of file %s.”

Error 1706comes with the message: “1706 No valid source could be found when opening Point of Sale.”

Error: Unable to start the “IntuitUpdateService” Error and its shows the message “The service did not respond to the tart or control request in a timely fashion.”

Now the prime question is why these errors occur. It is said that these errors are caused by Beta version of Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1. The same error can occur if Microsoft .NET Framework is not set up properly. It is also likely that you may have a damaged or corrupt POS installation.


When it comes to fixing these errors, all you can do is to dial a toll-free customer helpdesk support number for Online QuickBooks or you can try the following DIY instructions. Before you initiate things in order to resolve the issue, make sure that you have a restore point in Windows or Mac you are using. It will be great if you can consult experts for the documentation purposes to accomplish this. Abide by the following procedure when you have your POS CD available.

Simple steps to fix POS installation issue:

· First of all you need to confirm that you are using an updated Point of Sale version. Now, go to the product updates page, and choose Point of Sale as your product, and abide by all instructions displayed to help you install a Manual update. It is likely that you may need to restart the system.


· After this you need to run the system file checker (sfc) tool with the help of the /scannow option. When you run the tool it will try to repair all operating system files within Windows or Mac along with frameworks.

· At last, re-install POS Point of Sale. It is also likely that you may need to reinstall and un-install the PS to fix installation errors.

These steps are likely to make things happen in your favor.