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Lost checking account data

I have had difficulty with back up to a floppy recently as it tells me "source file" cannot be found. I input my checks on December 16th and planned to reconcile when my statement arrived, which occurred yesterday. When I went to reconcile, all my data from 4/20/08 to date is missing.

I have searched my entire computer and cannot locate the files with data. If I cannot restore somehow, I will have no choice but to enter 8 months of data.

If you can help me, I would really appreciate it.

Thank you and Happy New Year.

donna

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  • sadiecld Dec 29, 2008

    Thanks for your help but I have done every possible search on my computer for back ups of any kind. I can still only find an account that ends with 4/20/08. If you have any other suggestions, please let me know as I have started re-entering data and it is a lot of work.

    Thanks much and have a good day.

    donna

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1 Go to start up
2 all programs
3 accessories
4 system tools
then go to system restore follow the on screen guide. good luck

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Hi Donna.

Do a backup of the most recent data first, so that at least data up to 8 months ago are fine.

If you are sure that you searched for your data properly, and data is not found, then a possible explanation is that somehow an 8 month old backup had been restored by mistake.

If this is the situation, the only thing you can do is using an undelete software.

This may not work, sometimes there is no way to recover deleted files.

Do a backup of all your files before starting undelete.

Below you find different undelete tools, download, install and test a couple of them:

FreeUndelete - OfficeRecovery

Undelete Plus 2.98 Download

Freeware file recovery software

Recuva - Undelete, Unerase,

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    Ginko Dec 29, 2008

    Try also contacting Quicken, they may have more ideas on how to recover your data:


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Hi
first a suggestion, please don't use floppys for data backup as they are quite unrealiable in my opinion.

if the file was ones stored on the computer and you remember the filename and file type? it is possible that you would be able to recover it.

Give this software a Try and see if it can find the file
http://www.quetek.com/prod02.htm


Use the demo thats free to try.

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  • Ekse Dec 29, 2008

    also it just came to me, you can scan the floppy with the software I posted above and see if it can recover the file from the floppy.

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Is it a 1.44 mb floppy to which you took backup ?

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Have you looked in the quicken folder on your computer? In there, should be a folder dubbed back up which should also have a backup of your account.

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