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Also, Jack accidentally burned his webcam into his footage, don't worry though we censored the cam durring the parts where he got a little "naughty." 175 episodes later, Gav decides he's had enough of Geoff's tower hoarding ways. With the "success" of Geoff, Ryan, and Michael it's time for Jack, Jeremy and Gavin (aka Team "The Other Crew") to accept the challenge of "There Is No Learning Curve 2: Candidature Aptitude Tests". With two spiritual stones in their pockets already, our heroes are out to grab the final stone necessary to open the Temple of Time. I mean, yeah, sure, it does definitely have shovels, but snow way there were snowballs in Spleef. Watch as the crew ventures out into the vast Pokelands of AHto, where the Granbulls are scary as fuck, the Pokeballs are hard to come by, and the Squirtles take after Jeremy. Yes, they will travel across the land, searching far and wide. The Achievement Hunter boys put on some festive outfits and check out Minecraft's new Chinese Mythology Mash-Up pack. More importantly, it's time for Ryan to learn some real life lessons.

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This process keeps your account information current, saves time, and improves the accuracy of your record keeping.

Financial institutions provide different levels of online account access. Others provide enhanced services, such as allowing Quicken to transfer money between two online accounts.

Your accounts must first be set up for online account access in Quicken prior to performing an update.

I just need to vent about my student loan servicing company – Fed Loan Servicing.

I have been using Quicken 2011 for 8 months under Cross Over with no problems; but during the past week, the "One Step Update" keeps spinning on "Updating financial institution information...". My successful solution was to reboot my computer and then, first thing, re-open Quicken and run One Step Update. I just thought it was a typical Windows hiccup, rebooted and Update worked normally.

I haven't made any changes to either program, and my OS version hasn't changed. It has worked every time, but does not explain why the problem occurs. I had tried various methods of figuring this one out, but starting it first thing didn't occur to me. Now, I put my computer to sleep after an hour of inactivity, and while I never leave Quicken open during a sleep period (I'm justifiably paranoid with my Quicken data), I have left Crossover open.

As the maker of Quicken/Quick Books (Intuit) moves towards improving its products, services, and security, the retirement of older versions of software is necessary.

For more information, visit the software retirement page.