Also please do this:
Validate yourQuicken data file. It may have become damaged over time or if you ever hadcrashes, hang-ups or loops while running Quicken. Repeated crashes mayeventually render a data file "broken beyond repair".
Please run thisexact procedure, skipping no steps:
- Make a copy ofyour data file: Click File / File Operations / Copy. Do not change any Copy Option settings. Savefile under a new name in same folder as current Quicken data file. (The Copy process appears to be performing arecord-by-record copy of the data file and not just a simple binary image copy.This has been reported as recovering some otherwise not repairablefiles)If Quicken reports an error creating the Copy file and you are using Q 2019repeat the Copy process, but press and hold SHIFT and CTRL as you click File /File Operations / Copy. When prompted "Ignore errors that prevent filecopy?" click "Yes". Note:This may cause some data loss.- Open the copied file in Quicken.
- Click File / FileOperations / Validate and Repair. Click "Validate File" and"Rebuild investing lots", check to make sure the copied file is beingvalidated. If you suspect that a damaged Quotes Price History causes yourproblems, also select "Delete investing price history". Click OK. Let it run.
- Fix any errorslogged as not repaired by Quicken.
- Click File / FileOperations. Press and hold SHIFT+CTRL as you click Validate and Repair. Thenext popup should show "Supervalidate" somewhere in header or text.Click "Supervalidate File", check to make sure the copied file isbeing validated, click OK. Let it run. It might run for a while. - Again fix any errors logged as not repaired by Quicken.
- Now close andrestart Quicken using this new file and try your failing action again. If itworks, keep using the new file and abandon the old one.