Money 2005 patch


J

John

Some time ago there was a discussion about making a CD which allowed
reinstallation of Money 2005 without worrying about the update patch
from Microsoft. I've done a search for this on Google Groups without
success, would someone please point me in the right direction on how
to make the CD.
 
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C

Cal Learner

Some time ago there was a discussion about making a CD which allowed
reinstallation of Money 2005 without worrying about the update patch
from Microsoft. I've done a search for this on Google Groups without
success, would someone please point me in the right direction on how
to make the CD.

Here is the process as it was posted at one point:
:>
:>Solution given by a french user of Money 2005 Fr, may be tested under
:>other language version.
:>
:>- Create a Money2005uptodate folder on your desktop
:>- Copy the files from Money2005 CD to this folder
:>- Show hidden files
:>- Copy the MnyCoreFiles entire folder from an updated installation of
:>Money (Program Files, Microsoft Money 2005) to the Money2005uptodate
:>folder created below, in the money subfolder.
:>- Replace the files when prompted
:>- Burn on a CD
:>- That's all... :) (you have to install the program... of course...)
:>
:>Hope my english won't prevent you from testing, it works for me !
:>
:>Stphane
:
 
J

John

Here is the process as it was posted at one point:
:>
:>Solution given by a french user of Money 2005 Fr, may be tested under
:>other language version.
:>
:>- Create a Money2005uptodate folder on your desktop
:>- Copy the files from Money2005 CD to this folder
:>- Show hidden files
:>- Copy the MnyCoreFiles entire folder from an updated installation of
:>Money (Program Files, Microsoft Money 2005) to the Money2005uptodate
:>folder created below, in the money subfolder.
:>- Replace the files when prompted
:>- Burn on a CD
:>- That's all... :) (you have to install the program... of course...)
:>
:>Hope my english won't prevent you from testing, it works for me !
:>
:>Stphane
:
I had it in my mind that the information was on a web site but this
should work just as well, many thanks.
 
C

Cal Learner

I had it in my mind that the information was on a web site but this
should work just as well, many thanks.
It's down at the moment.
 
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