Backup to floppy


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Don

I upgraded to Money 2005 Deluxe from 2004 Deluxe. When I now try to backup to
a floppy, message states data is too large for 1 floppy. It was too large for
2004 too, but it wrote to the first and then asked for the 2nd to be
inserted.
How do I fix that?
 
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Amy Gray

I upgraded to Money 2005 Deluxe from 2004 Deluxe. When I now try to backup to
a floppy, message states data is too large for 1 floppy. It was too large for
2004 too, but it wrote to the first and then asked for the 2nd to be
inserted.
How do I fix that?
Backup the file to a zip disk (750 mb), burn it to a CD, Burn it to a
DVD, or put it on a USB device?

I have up years ago writing to floppies.
 
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Cal Learner-- MVP

I upgraded to Money 2005 Deluxe from 2004 Deluxe. When I now try to backup to
a floppy, message states data is too large for 1 floppy. It was too large for
2004 too, but it wrote to the first and then asked for the 2nd to be
inserted.
How do I fix that?
Money 2005 does not delete what is on the floppy to make space. You
need to delete the files on the floppy first. The USB drive is
better for that purpose anyway, because it has more space and is
more reliable.
 

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