Your financial institution has downloaded data for an account that does not exist...
OL-362-A Your financial institution has downloaded data for an account that does not exist in your Quicken data file
Nevermind, it worked after a Quicken restart3
> @joeslatt said:
> Nevermind, it worked after a Quicken restart
I had this same error code on my Vanguard accts today also. I restarted Quicken per your advice, Vanguard accts downloading fine again after restarting Quicken. Thank you for updating your comment with the solution!0
Quicken restart worked for me too.0
I had this problem today with TD Ameritrade. The restart fixed the problem for me too.0
What's the solution when restarting Quicken is not the solution?0
Are you seeing the exact same behavior as other users noted above? Are there any error codes? Any additional information will help us to help you.
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I'm having the same issue. Quicken often forgets where accounts are when I download data and I need to link the accounts manually again. Now, even after I link it, Quicken refuses to recognize the account that I MANUALLY linked. Restarts do no good. I expect better from a SAAS that costs me $60/annually.0
Sorry for the delay. Vanguard has not downloaded transactions since I reported and yes, same behavior (that error, OR it appears to complete the download but nothing comes down, even though there are new transactions. Restarting definitely not helping, as I've run Quicken multiple times since early Feb. and nothing has changed.
UPDATED to add that deactivating and reactivating does download transactions, tonight. However, since Vanguard always sends information on ALL my accounts (even dead ones, apparently) when I activate downloads, it can be quite confusing - that's why I avoided that step, previously.0