Quicken 2004 Premier Home & Business, Release R 3 wrong time stamps

I've been using Quicken for decades and am keeping Quicken 2004 Premier Hom
e & Business, Release R3 due to compatibility with several other computers.
I have moved Quicken data files from C:\quicken to D:\quicken drive. Recen
tly, I discovered that after opening then closing Quicken, the time stamps
for files .QDF, .QEL and .QSD are wrong when they reside on D:\quicken ins
tead of C:\quicken drive. However, time stamp for file .IDX is correct. Whe
n I copy these files from their D: drive location to a different external h
ard drive the time stamp changed to be the correct time stamp. I am using W
indows 10 with most recent update. Has anyone else experienced the same? Th
anks.
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Mike Win
ome & Business, Release R3 due to compatibility with several other computer s. I have moved Quicken data files from C:\quicken to D:\quicken drive. Rec ently, I discovered that after opening then closing Quicken, the time stamp s for files .QDF, .QEL and .QSD are wrong when they reside on D:\quicken i nstead of C:\quicken drive. However, time stamp for file .IDX is correct. W hen I copy these files from their D: drive location to a different external hard drive the time stamp changed to be the correct time stamp. I am using Windows 10 with most recent update. Has anyone else experienced the same? Thanks.
How did you do that move? The proper way is to have opened Q on the C driv e and do a "Save As" to your D drive.
BUT, unless that D drive is a partition on the only hard drive in your comp uter ... you're "cruisin for a bruisin". Q REALLY doesn't like for it's da ta files to be anywhere but on the local hard drive.
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danbrown
No problem with Quicken on an SD card so can run on both a desktop at home and a laptop while traveling.
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Zaidy036

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