Intuit has tried to offer flawless features to QuickBooks users. Although, still, several users report the minor problems with QuickBooks that they face while working the software systems. The same thing can happen with QuickBooks also. One of the common issues faced by QuickBooks users is QuickBooks Error 6190.
Below we are going to discuss the details of this error. Intuit wants to present the most features of QuickBooks to its users. But, many users face some errors in it. You can check all the possible reasons and troubleshooting steps to fix QuickBooks Error 6190.
What is QuickBooks Error 6190?
QuickBooks Desktop error 6190 appears when you are using QuickBooks in multi-user mode, and QuickBooks is experiencing issues connecting with the company file located on the server in the network “QuickBooks is unable to open the company file. It may have been opened by another user. You should request that the user switches to multi-user mode so that you can both use the company file at the same period. This file could also be located in a read-only network folder.
Reasons for QuickBooks Error 6190
There are many reasons for QuickBooks Error 6190. We have discussed some of the reasons are given below:
- When there is a Mismatch between the exchange log record (.tlg) and the organization documents (.qbw).
- This mistake likewise happens another client is signed into the organization record in Single User Mode.
- Data Corruption in the QuickBooks
- Data harm in the QuickBooks information record
There are many symptoms of QuickBooks Error 6190. We have discussed some of the symptoms are given below:
- When QuickBooks Error 6190 displays up it crash the active program window.
- Your PC as often as possible accidents when Error 6190 happens when running a similar program.
- “QuickBooks Error 6190” is displayed on your computer screen.
- Windows runs gradually and reacts less to mouse or console input.
- Your PC often “solidifies” for a couple of moments at once.
Before troubleshooting the mistake confirms that you are logged in as an administrator on your Windows PC and if not, then right-click the QuickBooks Desktop symbol and select Run as Administrator to access QuickBooks as an administrator.
- The first step is to Download the “QuickBooks File Doctor” Tool and install and run it.
- Logged in as Administrator on your system.
- It will display you two choices: Both file damage and network connectivity and Network connectivity only
- You have to select the first option as it will identify corrupted or damaged files
- This will assist to fix the QuickBooks Error 6190
- Next, it will request a password and you have to insert your Admin password.
- It will then request whether the company file is on the computer or The Web.
- If you’re using the company file on your Web, Select “Yes” and “No” if using from Computer.
- Click on “Proceed.”
- You have to open the folder which contains your company file.
- Search for the transaction log file, and company file, which will have the same name but distinct extensions. As so, company file will be nominated as [company_filename].qbw.nd and transaction log file will be named as [company_filename].qbw.tlg.
- You have to Right-click and choose the “Rename” option. Enter any new name and date at the end of the file name, only add “-OLD” wor.
- Do not delete extension or “.qbw.nd”.
- Without omitting the extension, similarly, rename the transaction log file
- Exit the system now.
- Open QuickBooks and try to login into the company file. Check whether the error still exists or not
- Click the Start button and enter “command” in the search box
- DO not hit ENTER yet!
- Press and hold CTRL-Shift on your keyboard, hit ENTER.
- A permission dialog box will appear on the screen, You will be prompted
- Click yes and with a blinking cursor, a black box will open
- Type “regedit” and on the keyboard, press ENTER
- In the Registry Editor, choose the Error 6190-related key (eg. QuickBooks) you want to back up.
- Choose Export, From the File menu
- Select the folder where you want to save the QuickBooks backup key, In the Save In
- Type a name for your backup file, In the File Name box, such as “QuickBooks Backup”.
- Be sure that “Selected branch” is selected, In the Export Range box,
- Click Save.
- With a .reg file extension, the file is then saved
- You will now have a backup of your QuickBooks-related registry entry