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Quicken gives error when memorized transaction list is full

What is mean “Quicken Gives Error When Memorized Transaction List is Full”

The error which states “Memorized transaction list is full” occurs when there are some issues with the data file. Before going to try anything, it is strictly advisable that you should make a backup of the data file. Many things may go wrong during the procedure to rectify this error and hence, it is important to back it up first before attempting anything. Otherwise, you may lose transactions in order to repair the Quicken error.

Solution to resolve the error of Memorized transaction list is full:

Make sure that you have made a backup of the data file so that it may be restored in case the file may get corrupted during the procedure.

There are two ways to go about this to rectify the error.

If the data file is located on the local hard drive:

  • First, you have to open the File menu in quicken.
  • The location of the file will be shown on the bottom of the menu. You should take a note of the location of the file as it will be needed in the next step.
  • Select File Menu and then go to Backup and Restore.
  • Select Restore from backup file and select the file which has the extension of .QDF-Backup.
  • Then you have to select the file followed by click
  • You will have the option to create a copy of the file or you can even overwrite the existing data file. Take appropriate action depending upon whether you want to create a copy of the file or you want to overwrite the existing file.

If the data isn’t stored in the local hard drive:

  • Go to the File menu and then click Backup and Restore. Then you should select Restore from backup file.
  • Choose the newest backup file followed by clicking Restore Backup.
  • There will be a prompt upon clicking and you should select Create a copy in the following prompt.
  • Save the copy of the file and then open it.

And then,

  • Click the Tools Simultaneously press Ctrl+Shift and in the menu, click Memorized Payee List.
  • Click

If the issue is still there….

If it doesn’t make the error go away, then

  • Repair the file by going to File and then select File Operations.
  • Click Validate and repair.
  • Validate the file by checking Validate File and then clicking OK.
  • Click the Tools Simultaneously press Ctrl+Shift and in the menu, click Memorized Payee List.
  • Click

The error should go away.

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