Is anyone getting Discover download errors with 2004?

  • Thread starter Ed Hansberry, MS-MVP/Mobile Devices
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Ed Hansberry, MS-MVP/Mobile Devices

Three times this morning I get 6 items for my Discover account, but
there is nothing to accept. I run the standard repair tool and it says
it fixes the online table. Is my Money file corrupt or is Discover
throwing out junk?
 
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Ed Hansberry, MS-MVP/Mobile Devices

"Ed Hansberry, MS-MVP/Mobile Devices"
Three times this morning I get 6 items for my Discover account, but
there is nothing to accept. I run the standard repair tool and it says
it fixes the online table. Is my Money file corrupt or is Discover
throwing out junk?
More info. If I tell it to Accept all transactions, nothing changes.
Still 6 to review. There *are* some new items on my statement when I
go to the web page.

Suggestions?
 
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Richard Bollar, MVP

FWIW, my Discover downloaded today without error. I'd try downloading the
transactions into a new file to see if that works for you.
 
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Ed Hansberry, MS-MVP/Mobile Devices

Richard Bollar said:
FWIW, my Discover downloaded today without error. I'd try downloading the
transactions into a new file to see if that works for you.
Must not have been holding my tongue right. :)

I restored a backup from yesterday and redownloaded everything *but*
Discover, reconciled and closed out. Made a manual backup then
redownloaded Discover and this time it worked.
 
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Cal Learner-- MVP

In microsoft.public.money, Ed Hansberry, MS-MVP/Mobile Devices
wrote:
Three times this morning I get 6 items for my Discover account, but
there is nothing to accept. I run the standard repair tool and it says
it fixes the online table. Is my Money file corrupt or is Discover
throwing out junk?
I suggest you Close Money.

In Internet Explorer delete your browser temporary files with
Tools->InternetOptions->DeleteFiles.

Then open Money with Start->Run and entering
"msmoney -s" without the quotes into the box.
 

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