MoneyWorks version 8 does run on the new macOS Mojave. Please refer to the system requirement for more information.
You get an error of:
The document “” could not be opened because of a disk related error while making the temp file. (Error code – 123, The disk volume does not support Macintosh “safe saving”. MoneyWorks cannot use it.)
if you try running an older version of MoneyWorks on a new macOS Mojave, you should upgrade the software before upgrading the operating system.
Alternatively, you may switch to MoneyWorks Now, a cloud-based accounting system which always has the latest version without you having to worry about upgrading the computer.
Contact your consultant on upgrading MoneyWorks.
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Lately, I upgraded my BlackBerry Handheld device. I retired my BlackBerry 8707v and upgraded to a new BlackBerry Bold. Upgrading to a new handheld is supposed to be exciting; everyone likes to have new things, isn't it? I faced a slight problem when comes to upgrading.
I managed to install the new BlackBerry Desktop 4.6 (that comes with the package) and did a change of device. All data from my old BlackBerry 8707v was successfully transferred to my new BlackBerry Bold. But thereafter, whenever I plucked in my BlackBerry Bold, there was an error message prompted:
I did a few tests myself, that includes:
- Wipe out my BlackBerry Bold's data and re-do the change of handheld device again via Device Switch Wizard.
- Installed the Blackberry desktop onto another computer to ensure the problem was not with my computer.
- Reset configuration from the Synchronization option
- Go to the web to search for answer and followed the suggestion given; but all these failed.