Can no longer update my Bank of America Credit Card in Quicken 2011

When running One Step update this morning all of my accounts updated except for my Bank of America Credit Card.  The error message I received was CC-800.  I deactivated the account in One Step and tried to activate it again only to find that Bank of America is no longer recognized as a financial institution.  Does anyone know why?  I can't believe that a bank as large as Bank of America doesn't offer this service in Quicken.


This link shows which Quicken download services the FIs support:
It shows several different BofAs, so I don't know which is yours.
There were several announcements about BofA lately, but I don't believe any of them are still outstanding, see "Announcements from Intuit" on the main page of the forum.

If you do a Web Connect download (leave some behind for later d/l if possible) to establish the account info in Quicken, maybe it will find it then.
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