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Windows 7: Tax Cut state download not allowed.

09 Mar 2009   #1

Windows 7
Tax Cut state download not allowed.

Hmm, when I got through with my federal return and tried to DL the state I got a message that administrator can only do that. I am the administrator. I chose run as administrator but software would not download. Do I have to try to find the specific download program in Tax Cut and run that as administrator? which I have not yet found?

This is the first software issue I have had with Win7. I will tajke it over to my Vista machine and see what happens.

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10 Mar 2009   #2

Windows 7
Issue resolved.

Delete and reinstall software. Duh!
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 Tax Cut state download not allowed.

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