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Turbo tax When doing error check just prior to filing federal, several forms require a onle click update from online menu. When i do this, ERROR 9111 appears and will not let me get update. Please help.

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Go to this website http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/kb/update/update/2201.html?lid=stic double click the link maualy update your Turbo Tax hope i help you with your problem :p
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Error 9111 indicates a connectivity issue:
An error occurred while we were checking for TurboTax updates and we could not connect to the program update system.
Your computer's firewall or other security software prevents TurboTax from accessing updates on our server. Error 9111 will continue to occur until you resolve the issues caused by your firewall.
Do one of the following:

  • To temporarily work around this issue, manually update TurboTax.
    turbo tax - icon_note.gif Note: Manually updating TurboTax does not resolve connectivity issues caused by your computer's firewall. We recommend you address these issues before attempting to update TurboTax again.


Still can't update? If you still have problems updating TurboTax, order the free update CD. To order, call us toll-free at 800-624-8384.


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It's Blocked with your Firewall try UnBlock it to your firewall
for Firewall removal instruction click this link:
http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/kb/connectivity/firewalls-and-anti-virus/113.html

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