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  1. Well, I have (minimal) progress, sort of. When I...

    Well, I have (minimal) progress, sort of. When I now click the autorun.exe file, either on the CD or in the copied CD installation files on my W7 Desktop, I now get the following response, asking me...
  2. In case it gives someone an idea, I just...

    In case it gives someone an idea, I just discovered on my computer an old shortcut to this version of Quicken I've been trying to load. I'd forgotten that I'd briefly tested the program back in July...
  3. Thanks for confirming that the install.exe file...

    Thanks for confirming that the install.exe file was useless; at least I know I wasn't making a mistake there. As to the Setup.exe file in the DISK1 subfolder, I've gone to the Quicken installation...
  4. I wish it were that simple, but unfortunately...

    I wish it were that simple, but unfortunately it's not. When I click on either "install.exe" or Autorun.exe" on the installation disk, I get the "not compatible" error message (see original post)...
  5. I agree, there must indeed be a way to do it, but...

    I agree, there must indeed be a way to do it, but all my online searching has netted me nothing so far. On a weird note, however, when I tried yet another round of searching a few minutes ago, I...
  6. Hi, Coochin, I appreciate the thought, but...

    Hi, Coochin,

    I appreciate the thought, but when I copied the CD into folder on the HDD and clicked "Instal.exe," I got the same error as in my original post. I'm not sure what the magic trick was...
  7. Thanks for your post, but I'm afraid that's not...

    Thanks for your post, but I'm afraid that's not my answer. Both computers are W7 Pro 64-bit. That's why I'm puzzled, since the program loaded and works just fine on the other 64-bit machine.
    ...
  8. Old Quicken installed on one W7 computer, but not the other

    We have W7 Pro 64-bit on two computers, on one of which an old version of Quicken - Quicken 2002 SE Personal Plus - has been installed and running for well over a year with no problems. However,...
  9. Hi, Joe, I thought I'd tried that, but when I...

    Hi, Joe,

    I thought I'd tried that, but when I did it again, the CD drive seemed to grind and think for a long time, then finally got me to the screen I needed. Maybe I only thought I'd tried it...
  10. Get "Error performing inpage operation" error when trying to install software from CD

    My W7 Pro decided to go totally senile on me and had to be reinstalled, as did all of the software, for reasons too long to relate. When attempting to reload one particular program from its...
  11. Hi, wavy, Thanks for the suggestions and the...

    Hi, wavy,

    Thanks for the suggestions and the links. The LawPRO article was interesting, but since it was published in 2004, I'm not sure that the list of metadata scrubbers it offers will be very...
  12. Hi, petesmst, Thanks for the suggestion. I...

    Hi, petesmst,

    Thanks for the suggestion. I had tried that method in Windows Explorer, but if memory serves me the "copy with all possible properties removed" had a grand total of one line of...
  13. Hi, access-mdb, Thanks for your post. I've...

    Hi, access-mdb,

    Thanks for your post. I've now had a chance to download Exiftool and play with it a bit. It seems to have the potential to edit metadata, but unless I've missed something big, it...
  14. Looking for software to remove metadata from files

    I'm looking for software - freeware preferred, if available - which is capable of stripping out all identifying metadata from various files in order to address privacy or security concerns. Having...
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    Don't want to get off topic, but here is yet...

    Don't want to get off topic, but here is yet another alternative for getting rid of unwanted callers, both computer fraudsters and others.

    About 40 years ago, I lived near the ocean and raced a...
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    Thanks to all for this excellent discussion! ...

    Thanks to all for this excellent discussion!

    The core of the problem, however, is not anything technical, but rather human nature. Humans vary, some being naturally savvy, hard-working, and...
  17. Hi, Jim, I appreciate your note of caution,...

    Hi, Jim,

    I appreciate your note of caution, but I am assuming that the instructions given in the forum postings by the developer regarding what to change and how to change it (referenced in Post...
  18. Well, Rui, for starters, when I went to the SQL...

    Well, Rui, for starters, when I went to the SQL Workbench download page, it gave me the following prerequisites:

    To be able to install and run MySQL Workbench 5.2 your System needs to have...
  19. Hi, Rui and Joe, Many thanks for your helpful...

    Hi, Rui and Joe,

    Many thanks for your helpful replies, but I think that this is all starting to look like trying to kill a flea with an elephant gun. All I want to do is to delete an occasional...
  20. Hi, Rui, Thanks for your prompt response. I...

    Hi, Rui,

    Thanks for your prompt response. I have to say that your statement that "with such a system, you really don't edit files" left me puzzled, as surely any database stores records in some...
  21. Software to open and edit .MYD, .MYI, and .frm files

    I last played with database files almost 30 years ago, in the days of DOS, so I need to state right up front that I am totally unfamiliar with MySQL and its file structure. However, I need to find...
  22. Hi, BKB, Unfortunately, I never did find any...

    Hi, BKB,

    Unfortunately, I never did find any method which would work, so I eventually gave up. Naturally, once I gave up, the problem went away at some point, as I haven't been plagued with it in...
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    Hi, Dr. Who, I'm with you big-time on the need...

    Hi, Dr. Who,

    I'm with you big-time on the need for regular backups, but I'd like to add one further precaution. I'm no techie, but after owning and playing with computers for almost 30 years,...
  24. Hi, Clive, Thanks for your post. Yes, I've...

    Hi, Clive,

    Thanks for your post. Yes, I've been able to use that technique to remove a USB flash drive when the Safely Remove Hardware icon gets surly and won't let it go, but unfortunately that...
  25. I agree that flash drives can fail all too...

    I agree that flash drives can fail all too easily, which is why I backup my 1.7GB of portable apps and utilities to an image file on my HDD, then not only backup my HDD regularly, but also use that...
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