Moving quicken accounts to new quicken file

I thought I had asked before, but cannot find answer.  I have a corrupted account in a Quicken File. No one can figure out why. Suggestion was made to create new Quicken File and move Accounts (windows Q ver 2008), but am stuck with can't import QIF files for investment, checking, credit cards.  However I CAN export QIF it appears, and I can import Quicken Files into MS Money, and Quicken will import MS Money files - so is this a way.  If I don't find SOME way, I will lose years of history since only fairly recent data is available via OFX from Banks, Mutual Funds etc. Thanks.  There is SO much information here, I'm sure this has been asked before, but my searching can't find it
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