Windows 7 on MacBook Pro (2009) 13"

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by HadItWithWindow, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. HadItWithWindow macrumors regular

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    Worked fine on the install. Then the problem.

    I had to re-install and update the 64 bit Windows7. Everything went beautifully including the install of Office 2010 and Quicken 2010 and the Apple drivers. The problem with Windows occurred when I tried to download financial information from web sites. There is nothing executable in the Windows Explorer or Downloads folder after I click download.

    This happened within Quicken and also trying to download Adobe PDF. I thought the error was due to the financial statement requiring Adobe PDF but when I download that it also disappears.

    I've done a search on all files and cannot find any downloads. I uninstalled AVG anti virus and disabled Windows Defender.

    Advice please?
     
  2. Ccrew macrumors 68020

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    Financial data for quicken should be a *.qif file, nothing executable.
     

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