Memorized transaction list is full.
This error message usually indicates that Quicken is unable to write (add information) to the Quicken data file for one of the following reasons:
1. The file is stored in a location other than the local hard disk
2. The file is read-only
3. The file is damaged
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.
If you continue to encounter an error after completing the above steps, please contact 1-800-656-6115