free download, Vanguard customer. Cannot open fully (approximately 26%) then get error code message 1603. After following instructions to fix problem still cannot open beyond 26%. Repeated the fix solution several times with same result. Re-downloaded software with same result; cannot open beyond 26%. My computer uses XP operating system. I have used Turbo Tax for many years on this computer without download/open issues. I need to speak with someone to resolve this issue. Please cvall me at 757 483-9083 or send me Turbo Tax customer service call number.. Very frustrated customer! My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
The fix is in at link below.
Error 1603 fix
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