Do NOT uninstall your old version
Contact Treasury Software for licensing information prior to performing the steps below, as your existing license codes may not work with the new software.
Download and install the new version of Treasury Software from the link below.
Install the software on the workstation (make sure that you have administrator rights to the computer).
Copy your data files from the old directory to the new directory Treasury Software saves its data and setup information into databases with the extension of '*.brd'. Each account in the system has a separate database. For example, if you created an account called 'Checking', there would be a database named checking.brd.
Please note: Do not copy over the sample.brd file.
Our goal is to locate and move the brd files to the new directory.
Reminder -If you are using Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 10 or Windows Vista, you do not need to copy/move any files.
FROM - Copy brd files FROM
c:\Program Files\Treasury Software\Treasury Desktop\Data\ (note: this directory structure may vary slightly), or
c:\Program Files\Treasury Software\version [xxxx xx]\Data\
Windows XP c:\Program Files\Treasury Software\version [xxxx xx]\Data\
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 c:\Users\Public\Treasury Software\Data
Add the accounts to the system
a. Start Treasury Software
b. From the main menu select 'File' > 'New Account' > 'Add an Existing Account' to your catalog and select the .BRD (account) file to add to your catalog. Allow the software to update the account(s) if prompted. Repeat this step for each .BRD (account) file.
Enter your license information. Enter into an account - from the main menu select 'File', 'Enter License Codes' and enter your ID and password.
If you need a new license - contact licensing with your company name, phone number, email address and license ID (typically the main phone number). Ask for an upgrade coupon for the on-line store.
If you do not have your license information, you can find it on the old version (September 2007 and later). Using Windows Explorer, open c:\Program Files\Treasury Software\Treasury Desktop\TreasurySoftwareLicense.txt.
Concurrent use of both versions - Reminder: Updates to one system, will not be reflected on the other.
Starting with version 2010 - you can run both the old and the new versions simultaneously. Please remember that each will be pointing to a different database.
To access the older version, we recommend creating a shortcut to c:\Program Files\Treasury Software\Treasury Desktop\BRCOM.exe.
To create a shortcut:
--Open Windows Explorer and navigate to c:\Program Files\Treasury Software\Treasury Desktop\BRCOM.exe
Right click on BRCOM.exe, select 'Send To', then 'Desktop (Create shortcut)'.
License deactivation on the older system
Concurrent use will require two licenses. If this is not needed, you may add the older license back to your account by entering into the old system (See above) and enter into any account.
From the program main menu select 'File', 'Enter License Codes', then click on 'Remove License'. This will increase your available license count by one workstation. Exit the software.
Note: This feature was added in 2007. If you have an older system to deactivate - contact licensing and include your license id number.
The old version was deleted BEFORE we installed the new version.
My IT staff uninstalled the old version. They may have deleted your data and your license information. This creates extra work and hassle for you, but has no effect on running the new version.
The old version was deleted AFTER we installed the new version.
It is very likely that your new version will not work. If it does not work, uninstall the new version as well - and then reinstall the new version from scratch.
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