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I just purchased a new pc with xp. My old pc was 98 I want to transfer Quicken 2002 home and business from my old pc to the new one. Any help would be great. Thank you.
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You cannot transfer programs like that (easily,if possible at all)

Instead, install the program on XP, run a backup on 98, restore the backup on xp
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just as a clarification...i think gerry means a quicken backup...as if i'm not mistaken...quicken has a function to do it's own database backup so that you can transfer that file to another quicken system
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that is correct....In quicken FILE > BACK UP on top menu

Edited by gerryf, 26 January 2006 - 09:41 AM.

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