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MRadclyffe

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  1. Thanks Jack. Downloaded, installed, with the original Evernote on the Desktop as suggested, opened it, and got the same messages as in my OP Still waiting on reply from developers, but as I'm not premium, I suspect that may be a while...
  2. Dare I open Evernote on my iPad in case I lose ALL of my notes completely?! :o

  3. I sent a message to them, as I said in my OP, and I now cannot redownload Evernote, as it's not compatible with Mac 10.6.8 as I'm too poor to upgrade.
  4. Um, yes, thanks. I did say, I had read and followed the instructions contained on this website. It did not work. But thanks for agreeing.
  5. Greetings, Attempted to open Evernote 5.5.1 on iMac OS 10.6.8 and it gives me a grey bar while "migrating notes from previous version" but I immediate received the message: The file "current-quicknote" couldn't be save in the folder "MRadclyffe_Evernote". A second dialogue box then appeared: Internal Error An internal database error has occured that prevent Evernote from functioning properly. If the problem persists, please contact Evernote Support. I have, but thought I'd try here too. Evernote's help comes back with: Sorry, we couldn't find that! [#10340]We could not determine which topic you were attempting to view. I followed other instructions, but have the [.]com[.]Evernote file it says to delete does not exist. Any suggestions? Cheers evernote.tiff
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