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Download Problems with Quicken 2012 Deluxe

I just reluctantly upgraded to the new version of Quicken and now I'm having lots of download problems - it is not downloading all transactions and the omissions are largely random - though transfers between accounts and credit card transactions are most affected.  It's a HOT MESS!
  • Lost transaction on file update, need to download lost transactions
  • Amen brother.  Or sister.  First my transactions for the last 4 months were all duplicated.  This may have been the credit union's fault as they did a major upgrade and seemed to change the data in the transactions.

    Then when I tried to fix it by deleting out the transactions in Account A hoping to redownload them, not only would the transactions not download but also all of the transfer transactions from Account A (source) AND Account B (target) disappeared.

    After manually entering everything, yesterday money went from Account A to Account B.  The transactions downloaded, I accepted them, and then they disappeared completely.

    I wonder if the missing transactions are lurking somewhere waiting to randomly activate and mess up the account balance?  

    I am having to log into all my accounts and check balances just to verify what Quicken is doing.  I hope this all settled down because if I have to manually enter and check everything, I might as well do it in a spreadsheet.


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