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Getting Quicken with Current Database Working in Mavericks


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I want to get Quicken to work for me under Mavericks (10.9). I am currently using Quicken 2006 under 10.6.8 Snow Leopard (recently upgraded from Quicken 2004 via a FREE DOWNLOAD version of Quicken 2006 on Intuit's website, I might add) and have a database that I want to bring along with me. I have read in the forums about installing Quicken for Mac 2007 onto my 10.6 system first. Then converting my database file. Then upgrading to Lion. Then running the Quicken for Mac 2007 "patch". But, how does all this work when I'm upgrading from 10.6 to 10.9?
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Then converting my database file. Then upgrading to Lion. Then running the Quicken for Mac 2007 "patch". But, how does all this work when I'm upgrading from 10.6 to 10.9?
That's a 64,000 dollar question.... Knowing Intuit and the problems users have had with Quicken for the Mac, I would not attempt to upgrade until you can get a definitive answer from someone at Intuit that it will be OK.

If you decide to go ahead with the upgrade anyway, make a cloned backup of everything using Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper, and also a Time Machine backup of all your data, before proceeding. That way, you can always revert back in case your Quicken data base does not work in Mavericks.
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