While there may be hacks to get this working, you might want to consider moving to a more recent and still supported application, like Quicken or any of the other money managers.
Thank you all for your help. I found it difficult to find "Versions" but a friend helped me to replace the value date and hey presto my Microsoft Money is now returned with all bells and whistles. Thank you all again and keep up the good work.
There was NO "Internet Explorer" under the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft" key. I created the "Internet Explorer" key with the Version item set to "9.11.10240.0".
I rebooted just to be sure ...
... still the same request for IE 6 ...
Any idea on what cold be wrong ?
Thanks a lot,
EDIT : SOLVED
Actually, I'm running the 32 bits W 10 version. And the registry key that has to be modified is "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer" instead.
Solution found at :http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/i...e-684153922dea
Last edited by ThierryG; 07 Aug 2015 at 13:00.
I'm trying out Windows 10 Pro within a virtual machine (VirtualBox) before upgrading. I have the last UK version of MS Money 2005 (file Money2005-UK-QFE2.EXE).
I managed to install MS Money on VM version of Windows 10 provided I ran the EXE file as Adminstrator. I then got the error above about the version of IE. I applied the registry fix to change the IE version to 9.11.10240.0 and MS Money 2005 now works fine on the VM copy of Windows 10. I loaded my large money file going back 15 years and all is fine - oh joy!!
What UK financial software do people recommend which can read a MS Money file for future financial management? We can only hope these fixes work for so long before MS Money becomes impossible to run.
Yes, Microsoft seem to have slipped up on this. I have account transactions on MS Money going back over 5 years and it is imperative I have access to financial planning software until I expire (c. 30 years ?)!
Last edited by Steve C; 07 Aug 2015 at 16:24.