Quicken for Mac 2007 suddenly loses register entries

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Every once in a while I will close Quicken, and when I open it back up all of my entries between March of 2005 to present in my Cash Journal are completely gone! No other registers are affected. I try to go back to the backup from the last time I closed it, but they are missing in the backup as well. I typically have to go back a day or 2 to find a backup with all the missing entries intact. However, then I have to re-enter all my entries from the last 1-2 days. This is getting beyond frustrating. Any ideas on how to fix this?

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Stop using Quicken. No, seriously, their Mac support has always been an afterthought. Just stop using it.
 

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Lifeisabeach,

I wish I could, but that isn't an option for me, so I am looking for any fix or workaround I can find. Maybe a way to force it to rebuild the directories? Or make a copy of just the corrupt register?


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I didn't double post, I was simply following your forum's instructions. When I first tried to post, it told me there was an error and to try again or contact the administrator. I opted to try again, and it went through with no error. Additionally, I received only ONE email confirmation of my post, so I had no reason to believe that the post with the error had also gone through.
 
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