TT 2002 - Spyware-Free Version?


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Walt Bilofsky

Has Intuit ever released a spyware-free version of Turbo Tax 2002?

In other words, can I get their C-Dilla spyware off my machine now,
and still run Turbo Tax 2002?

Seems to me I heard they were going to do it, but I can't find
anything on their tech support site, and the online tech I chatted
with was having a hard time with English.

- Walt Bilofsky
 
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Dannie

Walt I posted about a week ago that my "gorilla" had come off my pc
unbeknownst to me. I saw it there about a month ago and the other day I
noticed it gone from my add/delete panel.

I have left TT2002 up on pc and tried it the other day and everything
appeared normal. Then again I didn't try to send to IRS. :) I only
(hopefully) talk talk to my Uncle Sam once a year!

Dan
 
S

Sue Chrisman

Dannie said:
Walt I posted about a week ago that my "gorilla" had come off my pc
unbeknownst to me. I saw it there about a month ago and the other day I
noticed it gone from my add/delete panel.

I have left TT2002 up on pc and tried it the other day and everything
appeared normal. Then again I didn't try to send to IRS. :) I only
(hopefully) talk talk to my Uncle Sam once a year!

Dan
I, too, understood that there would be a version of TT2002 without
C-Dilla available in October. I posted a message with Intuit's FAQ
asking about it. I have not heard anything from them. I checked my
add/remove programs and did not find C-Dilla there either, but when I
ran Spy Bot - C-Dilla directory was still there. Never again will I
buy an Intuit product. I was using Quicken, but when I tried to
transfer it to a new computer, I found that Intuit had quit supporting
my version of Quicken and that I could no longer activate it. I
simply switched to Money. I used Turbo Tax for years. I have now
switched to Tax Cut.
 
A

auroranews.com

Sue Chrisman said:
"Dannie" <sloopoke.noname@nospam.optonline.net> wrote in message

I, too, understood that there would be a version of TT2002 without
C-Dilla available in October. I posted a message with Intuit's FAQ
asking about it. I have not heard anything from them. I checked my
add/remove programs and did not find C-Dilla there either, but when I
ran Spy Bot - C-Dilla directory was still there. Never again will I
buy an Intuit product. I was using Quicken, but when I tried to
transfer it to a new computer, I found that Intuit had quit supporting
my version of Quicken and that I could no longer activate it. I
simply switched to Money. I used Turbo Tax for years. I have now
switched to Tax Cut.
 
R

Rick Hess

I, too, understood that there would be a version of TT2002 without
C-Dilla available in October. I posted a message with Intuit's FAQ
asking about it. I have not heard anything from them. I checked my
add/remove programs and did not find C-Dilla there either, but when I
ran Spy Bot - C-Dilla directory was still there.
It's my understanding that a TT update removed only the requirement to have
C-Dilla installed so that you could use TT2002 fully. But, since TT might
not have been the program that installed C-Dilla (other programs might have
installed it and still need it) in the first place, the update doesn't
remove it.

Never again will I
buy an Intuit product. I was using Quicken, but when I tried to
transfer it to a new computer, I found that Intuit had quit supporting
my version of Quicken and that I could no longer activate it. I
simply switched to Money. I used Turbo Tax for years. I have now
switched to Tax Cut.
You must have tons of free time on your hands, then, to continue posting in
this NG. I envy you.
 
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dick

This week Hunter Smith of Intuit indicated that a version of Turbotax
2002 will be released on October 15, 2003 "that doesn't have DRM,
which also does not write in Sector 32/33, and is compatible with the
XP operating system, and Go Back?"

His email address is (e-mail address removed)
 
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John Pollard

dick said:
This week Hunter Smith of Intuit indicated that a version of Turbotax
2002 will be released on October 15, 2003 "that doesn't have DRM,
which also does not write in Sector 32/33, and is compatible with the
XP operating system, and Go Back?"
Good news, I suppose; but not what we were "praying" for. :)
 

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