Microsoft Money 2001 Annoyance
Welcome to the Accountant Forums, full of expert advice for accounting related topics. Migration to an alternative just never seems worth considering or possible and you have helped put off that requirement for maybe another 10 years to when I get my next PC. The only problem I had was MS Money. I've used MS Money 2002 successfully for nearly 10 years but in June 2012 it caused problems on my Vista machine and somehow I found the link to download Money 2005 http://martop.net/microsoft-money/microsoft-money-help.html
I tried a demo of Accountz. Reply Ron of Leicester says: Sunday 18 November 2012 at 18:08 Hi Gareth. Reply Heinrich Siemens Peters says: Thursday 8 November 2012 at 15:44 I love Microsoft Money. Be aware that Microsoft now appear to have abandoned Money completely and there is now no facility to download bank statements or automatically update portfolio prices. https://www.accountantforums.com/threads/money-2001-on-vista-uac-issue.94116/
if you scroll down this http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/d8dc8c86-a250-4344-9f78-faa8a0b078ec/online-quotes lengthy thread on on the MS Money forum site, you'll see somewhere near the bottom a copy of an email from MS suggesting that someone It's driving me crazy. The transition has been seamless, my old file converted with no problems at all, and I am now up and running on something mush faster than before.
- My copy of Money 2005, probably bought in 2004, is version 188.8.131.520.
- I was not able to start Money 2005 with my new computer until I downloaded this new version.
- Reply SandyMidd says: Tuesday 8 April 2014 at 10:43 Thanks.
- Reply Adrian says: Friday 31 July 2015 at 12:16 Very many thanks.
- Reply AycHorne says: Tuesday 10 June 2014 at 16:37 Cannot believe this download is free?
- Download the statement from your banks site and then choose to File, Import carefully selecting the account you want it read into.
- As an expert, may I ask you a question.
- I suppose what i'm saying is do you have a CD copy of the UK version (or workable link) you could let me have?
can it be installed as a standalone? Reply Anthony Shaw says: Saturday 17 November 2012 at 15:27 Hi. I managed to overcome it by clicking on File, New Account and that let me in and allowed me to set that I didn't want a password. It looks like you can export your account data (one account at a time) to a .qif (Quicken Interchange Format) file.
As such I'm not entirely sure what you mean by investment names—are these account names? Reply Cath says: Sunday 9 March 2014 at 00:06 Thank you so much! In common with most of the other comments above, it is great to have found a link to a UK version of Microsoft Money. I installed the software, opened my Money file and everything was back to normal.
Hope this helps. Installed MS Money 2005, restored my 2002 backup, and Bob's your uncle!!! Don't hold your breath. 🙁 Reply Robert Brooks says: Monday 5 August 2013 at 13:06 I followed the instructions by Mitch Buchanan dated Sept 12 2012, but nothing different in my In both cases,I am getting a box saying "Money set up" "The AUTORUN,INF file is missing or corrupt".
I have tried on another machine where the same program that I downloaded from you is also behaving exactly the same. get redirected here Thank you for your help! MS is such a joke, the make a big deal about a feature like UAC, but don't allow user control of it to run trusted programs like this, eve MS own The link you gave worked well!
My XP machine had ver 184.108.40.2065 installed but when I installed Money on the new Win 8.1 machine using the original CD/DVD it was ver 220.127.116.115. have a peek at these guys Thanks in advance. Reply Terry Capps - Jenner says: Monday 26 August 2013 at 12:16 Can someone please help, I have downloaded the Microsoft Money 2005 UK version in order to attempt to open So it looks like you are my answer!!
I have installed MS Money 2005 on my Windows 8 computer without problem and it has opened my old MS Money 2002 file again without problem. I, along with loads of other users (Gareth, you may have been one of them), kicked up a storm and, after about 6 months, Microsoft released a downloadable patch! It was down to a technical hitch in as much as I thought I knew how stupid I could be but I didn't realize how with age the parameters of my check over here Any ideas?
I have been using the Sunset edition for ages in the UK and it is working fine apart from the problem of not closing. I was about to spend £25 on BankTree finance software, so can I send that amount to you as a donation. You just open then from File > Open when you want to open a new one.
Reply Gareth J M Saunders says: Monday 21 January 2013 at 23:02 @Will - you are welcome.
Reply Charles says: Tuesday 22 October 2013 at 09:08 Ron Thanks for your reply. Then I found your link on Google. Generated Mon, 13 Feb 2017 20:09:39 GMT by s_hp102 (squid/3.5.23) [Bug 6161] Microsoft Money 2001 doesn't install Wine Bugs wine-bugs at winehq.org Thu Sep 14 21:53:09 CDT 2006 Previous message: [Bug Reply Anthony says: Tuesday 26 November 2013 at 20:35 Unfortunately, there is nothing to equal or better Money.
Reply Nigel Jackson says: Friday 30 August 2013 at 16:12 Thanks a lot for you reply. Reply Andy says: Saturday 23 November 2013 at 10:40 I have just had to rebuild my PC after a "restore system to default". I wonder if you can help me. http://martop.net/microsoft-money/microsoft-money-for-windows-10.html I used Money 2002 for so long, it never occurred to me to upgrade as I was happy with the basic programme - and then I lost the disc.
I followed the advice on Microsoft's forum saying I should install the Sunset version you refer to above, but it said it couldn't open my Money files because they were created