Why can't I access my 2010 Tax return?

I have not yet filed it.
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    The online version has shutdown and you can no longer prepare a return online, you would need the desktop version.  You can purchase the desktop version at the following webstie (there is no Free Edition)
    http://turbotax.intuit.com/personal-taxes/past-years-products.jsp

    Or you can check a website like Amazon.com

    Also, the IRS has shutdown efiling, unless you are in an IRS recognized disaster zone, you can e-file up until 10/31, you would need the desktop version since the online version has shutdown, (the IRS will go by zip code to determine if you are in a recognized disaster zone, if you are not your return will go through but it will be considered filed late (although there is no penalty for filing a late return when you are due a refund) see the following for more information on the extended efiling deadline
    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/File-Electronically--current-year-/IRS-Postpones-Tax-Filing-Deadlines-for-Certain-Filers-Affected-by-Hurricane-Irene--Texas-Wildfires/GEN83356.html

    If you did not file your return you may not be able to get a PDF copy of your return.  See the following regarding your 2010 tax return prepared online
    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Can-t-Access/TurboTax-Online-2010-is-no-longer-available/SLN12453.html
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