money 2003 and vista


R

Rooter

I have just purchased a new machine which has Vista on it. My old machine was
XP. I backed up my Money file and restored in back into My Document. When I
reinstalled the Money 2004 I could not open the old data file. Any ideas?
 
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Cal Learner-- MVP

I have just purchased a new machine which has Vista on it. My old machine was
XP. I backed up my Money file and restored in back into My Document. When I
reinstalled the Money 2004 I could not open the old data file. Any ideas?
What happened (error message, etc)?
 
P

Periwinkle

I may have the same problem, because I just got a new computer and have been
using Money 2004. I was going to download a new version of Money. It said
the cost was 29.99, but when I went to check-out it was 49.99. There was no
information about rebates.

So, then I went to Staples. They had NO versions of Microsoft Money. I was
told they had just sent them all back. Is there a problem or recall with
Plus versions of Money? I may have to use my 2004 version. Debbie
 
R

Rooter

When I open the program I go to ":file" and try to open the file. It asks for
my password which I enter, then it seems like it is trying to convert the
file. The I get a message that the program has stopped working and it tries
to restart then the program closes
 
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C

Cal Learner-- MVP

When I open the program I go to ":file" and try to open the file. It asks for
my password which I enter, then it seems like it is trying to convert the
file. The I get a message that the program has stopped working and it tries
to restart then the program closes
Note that your subject says Money 2003, but your text body said you
reinstalled the Money 2004. As long as the version is the same as
you ran before, and as long as you are not actually referring to
Money 2005, that should not matter.

Close Money. Open Money again by right-clicking the launch icon.
See if you can succeed that way.
 

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