S Corp and Turbo Tax Home and Business

I bought Turbotax Home and Business to do my personal and S Corp taxes. I started using it and it seems as if it won't import my Quickbooks data to form 1120S. Is there a way to make this work and/or dowload some kind of upgrade so I can still use this software and make it work?
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    The TurboTax Home and Business product is for single owner businesses that are included on the Form 1040 by using Schedule C or Schedule F.
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    Multi-owner businesses require a completely different IRS  form-set.  A Sub-chapter S corporation requires the 1120-S form-set .
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    TurboTax products that can be used to prepare and file the 1120-S and other multi-owner businesses is called TurboTax Business.
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    Intuit offers three products for preparation and filing of Multi-Owner businesses.
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    TurboTax Business,
    Pro-Series
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     Lacerte
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    TurboTax Business
    https://turbotax.intuit.com/small-business-taxes/business.jsp
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    What are the benefits of ProSeries?
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    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/TurboTax/What-are-the-benefits-of-ProSeries-/GEN12333.html?_requestid=4688
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    FREE Lacerte Online Seminar!

    http://lacerte.intuit.com/home/home-rc/?segment=nc-Default
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