How To Fix “!szFilebuffer.empty()"

  • 1
  • Question
  • Updated 2 months ago
How To Fix “!szFilebuffer.empty()" Error
Photo of Jennifer Jacomb

Jennifer Jacomb

  • 80 Points 75 badge 2x thumb

Posted 2 months ago

  • 1
Photo of Jennifer Jacomb

Jennifer Jacomb

  • 80 Points 75 badge 2x thumb
As you can see from previous posts on this topic no solution has been posted.

The recommended solution from Reckon of unistalling and reinstalling just doesn't work.

However i have worked out the solution.

It is as follows:-

1.          Create a System Restore Point

2.          Move your Reckon Intuit Data Folder to the Desktop.

             Typically this will be:-

              c\users\Public\Public Documents

3.          Use RevoUninstaller to remove:-

              a.            Reckon and

              b.            Your Antiviral Programme

 

For both do an aggressive scan and delete everything

4.          Use CCleaner to clean registry.

5.          Keep running it until no errors found

6.          Use regedit (be careful,  make a mistake and your windows may become unstable so you may want to back it up first) to delete all keys with the word “reckon” or “intuit” in it.

7.          Most keys will delete a few won’t but that doesn’t matter.

8.          It takes about two hours to do this

9.          Next delete the Intuit Folders in:-

              a.           Programmes (X86)

              b.           Programme Files (X86) Common and

              c.            Programme Data

              d.           Windows

10.       Restart the machine

11.       Once the machine has restarted, create another restore point

12.       Reinstall Reckon

13.       Open Reckon and complete the initial steps.

14.       Close Reckon down

15.       Place your data folder in its original location e.g:-

            c\users\Public\Public Documents

16.       Reopen Quicken and then open your data file.

17.       Reinstall your antiviral software

 

What is really needed for Reckon’s Uninstaller to be rewritten so it actually uninstalls everything relating to Reckon.