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I recently got Vista on my computer and downgraded to a previous version of Money. I used to have 2007 but I now run on 2006. I have 4 different accounts and 1 of them I had a password which I know, but the other 3 were unprotected. When I attempt to open the passworded account, the program denies my password, and I know its correct. I've tried this hundreds of times. On the other 3 that were unpassworded, it now asks for a password upon startup and it also denies me.

I need help fast, this is urgent because I am running a business with this. I appreciate all help you can spare.

I am also a little new to computers so step-by-step instructions if need would be appreciated.

Thanks very much,

Edited by Gayle58, 17 April 2007 - 05:03 PM.

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Apparently Money has copious issues with Vista on some configurations, but for the most part it works.
Unfortunately for you, I can't find anybody else on the internet reporting the same problem so the only thing I can suggest is moving back to Money 2007 and seeing if you can get into it then.
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Thanks, this is Gayle's son, we went and switched back to Money 2007 and voila! it worked.

Thanks so much for your help!


Edited by GoCompute, 21 April 2007 - 11:55 AM.

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