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Got a new computer. reloaded quicken99. how do i import my old files from the hard drive

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It should be okay to Delete the Quicken Folder. Any Shared file would be in the "C:\Program Files\Common Files\" folder or sub folder(s). There might be a file in the root directory named "Billminder.exe" this is also a Quicken file you'll want to get rid of. If it is there, you'll need to edit the Autoexec.bat to delete the line that points to billminder.exe.


Aslo try to first copy your quicken software folder from c://program files /

and paste in your new computer c://program files/

then check.thee should be 1 data folder which u need to take it and repalce with new


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