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I've got a Schwab checking account and a USAA checking account.

When I updated this month, I started getting OL220 messages, telling me to click to open the support website telling me that there was a problem Quicken and USAA were working to resolve, but not what to do about it.

It turns out that USAA had created a new access protocol that included assigned user IDs and passwords. I got that fixed. I was able to update my USAA accounts just fine.

But then, when I updated the Schwab checking, the USAA message returned, and the Schwab account would not update. USAA still updated just fine.

Quicken tech support had me do a validate, and I was OK for a while, but then the message came back. I revalidated, and Quicken stabilized again. But then another update, and the message returned. Furthermore, Quicken gets unstable. For example, it won't type ahead, and lists of accounts corresponding with my typing disappear before I can choose anything.

I think the USAA error message interferes with background synching to the cloud which in turn blocks updates.

Tech support, beyond the validate trick, is unhelpful. They're telling me I should contact the financial institution--it's not Quicken's problem.

Any thoughts?

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