It disappeared from all of the vendors the very next day. Bottom line...you've never used Quicken, the learning curve, especially with the needed workarounds for the bugs, will require a VERY steep learning curve. Tip: DO NOT BUY THE DOWNLOAD..for the disk instead. I looks at though you have a windows installation that is to the point it MUST be reinstalled.
This is not that helpful in allowing you to even try the product out, or to use the product you have bought.Some steps to try and rectify the problem are below For those people upgrading to Microsoft Money because they are upgrading their PC, the whole operation is considerably easier by using the old PC as a bridge i.e.installing the MS Money 2002 (Money 2001 for some languages) trial version on the old PC.That way, you’ll have the same Quick Books updates on computer #2 that are on computer #1. That would normally include CDs, USB/flash drives, external hard drives, or online storage services (like Global Data Vault.) The smallest backup you can make is a Portable file.This kind of backup is only about 20-25% the size of your regular QBW company file, yet it contains all your data.