Money 2006

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Lee, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. Lee

    Lee Guest

    I just installed Vista Home Premium and upon loading Money 2006 I find that
    the program crashes on exit. Apparently it has something to do with my file.
    If I load a new file with just enough data to make the program work there is
    no crash. If I try the 'repair file' it crashes. Anyone have any idea.
    Lee, Mar 1, 2007
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  2. Try running Money 2006 as adminstrator (right click, Run As Administrator).
    Also, make sure your money data file is not under the Program Files folder
    but instead in a folder under your Documents folder in your Profile
    Tom Porterfield, Mar 1, 2007
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  3. Lee

    Lee Guest

    Thanks Tom, I tried running as administrator and the file is in documents but
    I still get the "Money has stopped working and will close". No changes that
    I've made are saved. I'm currently running money on a laptop until I can get
    this fixed. I'd thought that maybe I'd update to 2007 but without some
    assurance of a cure I'm reluctant to do it.
    Lee, Mar 2, 2007

  4. I can tell you that I'm running Money 2007 on Vista without problems. You
    might try posting in the money newsgroup to see if anyone there running 2006
    has experience with that version on Vista. The group is
    Tom Porterfield, Mar 2, 2007
  5. Lee

    Keith Guest

    I'm running Money 2006 Standard on Vista Business without any issues. It
    installed without issues also.

    Keith, Mar 2, 2007
  6. Lee

    RJane Guest

    I am running Money 2007 on Vista and I keep getting an error message when
    trying to log in with my LiveID that I need an internet connection. (I have
    a broadband connection that works fine, even as I get this message). Logging
    in without LiveID, I am unable to run online Updates. Have tried turning off
    firewall/Norton, etc.

    Any ideas?
    RJane, Apr 3, 2007
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