I want to thank those of you who have replied so quickly to my issue.
I’ve had some great suggestions and I think I’ve tried them all:
--Program interference: I’ve shut down the programs that deal with security, i.e., Malwarebytes, McAfee LiveSafe, & MS Defender; backup programs such as Copernic and Carbonite; and gone to “airplane” mode in Windows 10 to cut program updates.
--TMG output file is saved to storage other than local storage. All my attempts at saving TMG and GEDCOM files goes to my computer’s C Drive.
I originally posted my issue with the REFUGEE forum re the difficulty I was having with creating a GEDCOM from TMG 9.0 and moving it into RootsMagic. It was suggested that I move my issue to this forum.
I keep having difficulty exporting my rather large TMG file to other programs.
Today I tried to export from my Dell 8900 desktop computer all 37,000 people from TMG 9.05 into RootsMagic 188.8.131.52 via GEDCOM. Partially through the import I get the following error: “Confirm. There is more data on another disk. Insert the disk with [file name]”.
A similar error message occurs when I try to export the TMG database to a flash drive or external drive.
In every case that I’ve tried to make a GEDCOM I do not get the last line of “0 TRLR”.
The other day I restarted my computer and on my desktop appeared a “Thumbs.db” and “desktop.ini” icon appeared.
Then, when I tried to start TMG I received “Program Errors:”
--File access is denied
--File does not exist
--File ‘sessionkeeper.dbf does not exist
I restarted my computer and opened TMG whereby I needed to reenter my serial number. However, I could not close the program unless I closed in the Task Manager.
Is it time to reinstall the program? If so, how do I do this. I have the original disk for TMG 9.0, but I’ve read that will no longer work.