Quicken Gives Error When Memorized Transaction List is Full

1. Open the Quicken File menu by clicking File in the upper left corner of the program.
2. Near the bottom of the menu, note the location of the currently open file (a checkmark will precede it). For example, X:QuickenMyFile indicates that MyFile is stored in the Quicken folder on Drive X.
3. Right-click Start on the Microsoft® Windows® taskbar, and then choose Explore.
4. Browse to the file location you noted in step 2, and then locate the data file set for the data file.
Tip: The data file set consists of four files with the file name extensions .qdf, .qsd, .qei, and .qph. In the step 2 example, the data file set would be composed of MyFile.qdf, MyFile.qsd, MyFile.qei, and MyFile.qph.
5. Right-click each file in the data file set, choose Properties, and then make sure that only the Archive checkbox is selected. If necessary, clear the Read-only and Hidden checkboxes, and then click OK.
6. Reopen your data file in Quicken. If the error persists, restore a backup you recently created before the message began appearing.
7. Exit, and then restart Quicken. If the error persists:
a. Restore an earlier backup if you have one, or
b. Follow the basic troubleshooting steps to correct data file damage.
8. Exit, and then restart Quicken.

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Quicken Uninstall Support-Uninstall Quicken 2007 or earlier from mac

1. Locate the Quicken folder from your hard drive and open it. (Open Spotlight (Command+Space) and search for Quicken.)
2. Locate your data file (the default name is Quicken Data), and move it to the desktop.
3. Open the Quicken folder, and then move the Backup folder to the desktop.
4. Close the Quicken folder, and then close the Quicken folder.
5. Drag the Quicken folder to the Trash.
6. To remove any preferences that Quicken may have generated:

a. Mac OS X: From your hard drive, open Users > Library (in the Active User Name folder) > Preferences. Drag all files named either Intuit Online preferences or Quicken preferences to the Trash.
b. Mac OS 9: From your hard drive, open System > Preferences. Drag all files named either Intuit Online preferences or Quicken preferences to the Trash.

7. Empty the Trash.

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How To resolve Quicken Unexpected Error

To resolve this issue, try to connect again. If the error continues to occur, refer to the Online Troubleshooting Guide.

Before you start, make sure you have the most recent updates to the program and back up your data file.

1. Scan for viruses using good antivirus program and remove them.
2. Disable any system firewall.
3. Try rebooting system and then running Quicken again.

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Transfer Data File From Quicken Mac to Other Mac System

  1. On the old computer, open the Quicken file you want to move.
  2. Go to File, select Save a Copy, and save the file to your desktop.
  3. Compress the file using a compression tool, such as StuffIt Expander.
  4. Copy the file onto a CD or flash drive.
  5. On the new computer, copy the file you saved in the previous step to your hard drive.
  6. Unstuff the file using StuffIt Expander.
  7. Open the latest version of the Quicken program.
  8. Go to File, and select Restore Backup. Then, select the file and restore it.

Alternate method

  1. On the old computer, open the Quicken file you want to move.
  2. Go to File, select Export, then QIF.
  3. Change the default name (optional) and then save the QIF file to your desktop.
  4. Copy the file onto a CD or flash drive.
  5. On the new computer, copy the file you saved in the previous step to your hard drive.
  6. Open Quicken on the new computer and go to FileNew > File.
  7. Select the location where you want to save the data file.
  8. Click cancel if you see the account assistant.
  9. Open the latest version of Quicken. Go to File, select Import, and then QIF.
  10. Select the QIF file and click Open to import it into Quicken.

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Quicken Error 1001 (Connection Error)

Open Quicken Essentials Mac (QEM);
Go to the Accounts menu and choose “Hide and Show Accounts”;
Uncheck any accounts with this specific financial institution (FI) that are hidden in List;
When complete, click the Settings button on each account with this FI to uncheck the box for “I want to download…”;
When finished with all accounts in your file that connect to this FI, Quit QEM;
Open Finder and go to Applications > Utilities > Keychain Access app;
Looking in Keychain = Login and Category = Password, find and Trash any entries that show Quicken Essentials or Quicken Connect and this FI name;
Quit the Keychain Access app and open QEM;
Select your primary account with this FI to re-check the box for “I want to download…” in Settings and click the “Assist Me” button;
At the bottom of the window that lists the financial institutions, click the “My bank is not listed” question mark icon;
When the list finishes Updating, it should display the current date. Click the Show List button to continue;
Type the name of this financial institution and make the appropriate selection, then enter your login credentials and click Continue;
When QEM has returned all accounts discovered for this FI, very carefully LINK each of the found accounts to the appropriate account you already have setup in Quicken.

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Quicken LA2218 Error-Online Backup Error-FileFindError

Review, if not a fully re-select, the files for backup. Ensure only data you frequently use is being selected and not any temporary folders. Attempt to backup your data again. if the issue persists you may need to request a rebaseline, which will clear out the past backup history and allow you to start with a fresh backup. You will need to contact support to make this particular request.

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Quicken 2014 – Your system has blocked Quicken from accessing the following files: (Can’t Reinstall and Quicken 2014 won’t start)

Step 1:

Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Tool

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30135

 

Step 2:

Basic troubleshooting steps for Windows Installer

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/907749


Step 3: Now try to run Quicken 

Step 4: If Quicken does not open then UNINSTALL IT from program files OR use QcleanUI tool


*NOTE: TAKE BACKUP BEFORE YOU UNINSTALL QUICKEN


Step 5: Reboot system after uninstall

Step 6: Try installing Quicken (install it as ADMINISTRATOR)

Step 7: Now run the applicaton

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Quicken LA2816 Error-Online Backup Error-HostNameNotFound

Software based firewalls such as the Windows Firewall, Norton Internet Security or McAfee work using software rules. Typically you will be prompted to allow Quicken Online Backup to connect to the Internet when it attempts to make its first outside connection. In some instances a connection rule does not get automatically created or assigned the correct settings to permit programs to connect to the internet.

If you are not familiar with configuring firewalls, please contact your Network Administrator or firewall manufacturer with this information. If you are using the Online Backup software on a home computer, please refer to the security product’s documentation if you are unsure how to verify or make this change manually.

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Help On Manual Updates For Quicken Mac 2004

Quicken 2004 to QuickBooks 6.0 conversion issue

If you encounter errors when you try to open a Quicken 2004 for Mac file in QuickBooks Pro 6 for Mac, download and install the Quicken-to-QuickBooks Utility and follow the instructions provided in the accompanying read me file.

This utility will fix an issue where QuickBooks would fail to convert Quicken 2004 file if the Quicken file was updated to version R2 or R3. Using this tool is necessary only if you plan on converting a Quicken 2004 for Mac file to QuickBooks 6 for Mac.

Using the Quicken-to-QuickBooks Tool

  1. Before using the tool, be sure to make a backup copy of your Quicken data file. For extra security, lock your backup data file.
  2. Double-click the Quicken-to-QuickBooks Tool icon.
  3. Select the Quicken data file you want to change, and then click Choose (Mac OS X) or Open (Mac OS 9).

Note: You can also drag your Quicken data file to the Quicken-to-QuickBooks Tool icon. If your Quicken data file is located in a FileVault-protected folder, move the data file to a non-protected location (like the Quicken application folder) before using the Quicken-to-QuickBooks Tool.

Converting your Quicken 2004 for Mac data file to QuickBooks 6 for Mac
After you successfully change your Quicken 2004 R2 or R3 data file to R1, you can convert it in QuickBooks 6 for Mac.

  1. Quit the Quicken program.
  2. Open QuickBooks 6 for Mac.
  3. From the QuickBooks File menu, choose Convert from Quicken.
  4. Click Yes to review information on converting a Quicken file.
  5. Choose the Quicken data file, and the click Open.

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Quicken LA2817 Error-Online Backup Error-GetSocket

1. In your Windows environment, click on your Start button, then select Run. If you do not see Run as an option, click Windows logo key + R.
2. In the Run dialog box, type in CMD and press OK. A window will come up with a black background with a command prompt.
3. Type in Netsh Winsock Reset, then press Enter on your keyboard.
4. Restart your computer, and attempt the backup again.

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