How To Restore Quicken 2000?

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Hello guys,

How to restore quicken 2000? I reformatted my computer about 3 days ago and installed a windows 7 64 bit operating system. But suddenly when I tried to restore my applications it is not working at all. Can you help me restore the files?

I hope you can help me.

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How To Restore Quicken 2000?

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If you backup your programs on your drive D or in any external storage, then put it back after you format your computer. Chances are, your programs won't run any more because of missing DLL, or because of missing parts of the program.

The only way to restore your program is to install it again, then you will be able to overwrite the program by copying the backup and pasting it to C programs. If it still does not work, you have no choice but to delete it and install it again, and your backup program won't be usable anymore.

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How To Restore Quicken 2000?

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I have ever done restore on Quicken 2000, and it is fairly easy to do:

 

  1. Go to File, then select Backup and Restore, and then open the page Restore from Backup File.
  2. Find the backup file that you want to backup. Quicken files with extension QDF-backup.
  3. Double click on the backup file. Then it will appear pop-up windows. You need to specify the location to save the Quicken 2000 data file. Make sure it is located in the harddisk.
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How To Restore Quicken 2000?

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Try to "restore" a file from a CD-ROM.

Using Windows XP, one must sometimes copy the source file from the CD-ROM to a convenient location on the local hard-drive. Give it a whirl. Make a folder on your Desktop. Give it a clever name. Copy the file(s) you need in order to perform the restoration of Quicken 2000 from the CD-ROM to the newly created folder.

Then, go into your Quicken 2000 and try restoring by pointing the software to the folder on the Desktop, rather than the CD-ROM.

Wish you luck.

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