[Wine]Quicken 2004 Report windows
mknecht at controlnet.com
Mon Oct 11 15:52:56 CDT 2004
>> I beleive you, but I'm worried that a new
>>install will overwrite my
>>windows program directory or mess up the registry.
>>In the past I've had
>>people tell me that I need to reinstall Quicken. Is
>>this not true? I can
>>install a new Wine via RPM very quickly, or I can
>>build from source in
>>30-60 minutes. That's not a problem. The problem
>>that I worry about is
>>getting Wine to see the Quicken that's already
> Yes, I believe you do have a point. With each Wine
> install, I reinstall my apps.
> Is there, perhaps, another machine you can install a
> newer Wine on, and thereafter install Quicken to see
> if it would be worth your while? ;)
Yes, this is possible. However it still means a bunch of work for no
guaranteed better result, which is why I came here hoping to find
someone who runs Quicken 2004 and either does or does not have the problem.
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