@mike2000 wrote: Thanks Volvo girl! Two more questions for you... I have an old Windows 7 machine and for some reason all those internet browsers crash on me. Have no idea why. That's weird. Firefox should have no problem working on Windows 7. Try downloading and reinstalling it from getfirefox.com, if it keeps crashing it should volunteer to restart in Safe Mode. Do you know if you pay for the state filing directly through turbotax, or do they direct you to a browser to finish the purchase? I just paid for e-file with a credit card (I got fed up with all the disclaimers and privacy notice from the shady bank that gets your refund when I first chose to pay the fee out of my refund) and TurboTax for Windows invited me to log in to my Intuit account and enter credit card details there. The window that popped up to do this wasn't my regular browser, it seemed to be a browser window controlled by TurboTax. That makes sense because TurboTax pauses filing until it knows you've paid, which is hard (but not impossible) to do if it just opens a link in a regular browser. I doubt that you'll be able to pay the filing fee from another computer, for the same reason.
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> You can always uninstall and reinstall the software Yes, that's what I did. Removing the old version also failed with an internal error, but it got rid of enough stuff that I could reinstall. I guess chalk it up to software entropy: unchanged programs stop working as everything else on a Windows PC changes.
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