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2008 TurboTax will not load

Keep getting ( Post Uninstall Cleanup exeception occurred access to the Path WinPerFormset.msi is Denied

1st time I every had problem with Turbotax

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  • pchappycampe Mar 12, 2009

    its all fixed ,re-installing did not do it,had to go into task manager

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2009

    Can not install TT 2008. Keep getting error:

    (Post Uninstall Cleanup exeception occurred access to the Path WinPerFormset.msi is Denied.)

    Tried solutions on TT troubleshoot site and still can not fix problem.


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Try re-installing it.
That should solve your problem.

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Hello There, I found this in their FAQ Guide. Hope this resolves your problems, I know it is a bit of a read. Good Luck!!

What is happening?

Double-clicking on a backup, portable company file, or a file with an extension other than .qbw, the following error occurs:
An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to create, open, or use the company file. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact Intuit Technical Support and provide them with the following error codes: (-6150,-1006).
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