Quicken Conversion


S

Sam

I recently installed Money 2003 Deluxe & converted my
Quicken file to Money. When the conversion process ended I
got the following error:
'An error occurred, but Money ran out of memory while
trying to retrieve and display details about what
happened.'
I appreciate the message, but I've no clue about the
nature of the problem, nor the status of the conversion.
When I look at the accounts I don't see anything missing,
but considering the number of entries in the accounts I'm
not certain that I can rely on Money to have all of my
data. This happens when I convert any of my past year-end
Quicken files, as well as the current file. Consequently,
I cannot rely on Money until I get a resolution to the
issue.
Any suggestions?

Sad Sam
 
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C

Cal Learner-- MVP

Any suggestions?
You could
File->RepairMoneyFile->QuickFileRepair

or

File->RepairMoneyFile->StandardFileRepair

or stop worrying, or abandon it.
 
G

Guest

There is no RepairMoneyFile available in the File menu
item.
I found part of the problem; the investment splits are
missing. I found a reference to the problem when searching
Microsoft, that indicated the problem was caused by a
missing price in the Quicken split transaction, however
all splits have the correct price. When I attempted to add
the split in Money, I was given a warning message that the
split transaction already existed, unfortnately, I cannot
see any of the split transactions to know which ones were
converted & which ones were not.
Any more suggestions?

Sam
 
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Cal Learner-- MVP

There is no RepairMoneyFile available in the File menu
item.
Oops. That was introduced in Money 2004. You can open Money with
Start->Run and entering "msmoney -s" without the quotes into the
box.

I found part of the problem; the investment splits are
missing. I found a reference to the problem when searching
Microsoft, that indicated the problem was caused by a
missing price in the Quicken split transaction, however
all splits have the correct price. When I attempted to add
the split in Money, I was given a warning message that the
split transaction already existed, unfortnately, I cannot
see any of the split transactions to know which ones were
converted & which ones were not.
Any more suggestions?


Go to the investment details for the particular stock.
UpdatePrices->UpdatePricesManually. Look through the
table and find the entries in the Source column that say "Stock
Split". Delete any entry you do not want.
 

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