A trigger warning message appears that says, “We’re sorry. QuickBooks couldn’t open your company file” whenever a user tries to open or operate the company file. Besides, the problem also comes up when you create a company file QuickBooks. Such an issue pops up when you come across QuickBooks error 6150. To resolve the issue completely, have a look at this blog and acquire in-depth knowledge on the error code 6150.
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Why do you Encounter the Company File Error 6150 in QuickBooks?
As you know incurring, error 6150 in QB means facing a company file error. There are a plethora of company file errors, and it is difficult to figure what causes this particular issue to arise. To know the reasons, read out the following points-
- Some of the crucial info of the QuickBooks Desktop might have been lost or corrupted.
- You are getting restricted from opening the company file because of the CryptoWall virus in your Windows desktop.
Easily troubleshoot the problem by following certain steps mentioned in the next part of the blog.
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Methods to Overcome the QuickBooks Desktop Error Code 6150
You must be searching for the best yet quick debugging methods to get rid of the error. For that, refer to a couple of solutions given here-
SOLUTION 1: Recover Entire Important Data By Using QuickBooks Auto Data Recovery
- Make a new folder on your Windows desktop and name it.
- Go to your QuickBooks company file folder.
- In the same folder, locate the file that has a .tlg extension and similar name as your company file.
- Now, copy the .tlg file and paste it to the new folder created.
- Move to the ‘QuickBooksAutoDataRecovery’ folder to copy-paste the .QBW.adr file to the new folder.
- Next, on the new folder, right-click on the .QBW.adr file and select the ‘Rename’ option.
- Remove the ‘.adr’ word and hit ‘Enter’ to save the changes.
- Move to the company file you stored in the new folder.
- Run QuickBooks and choose the ‘File’ menu.
- Click ‘Utilities’ and select the ‘Verify Data’ option.
SOLUTION 2: Restore a Data File Backup
- Open your QuickBooks Desktop and go to the ‘File’ menu.
- Click on the ‘Open or Restore Company’ option and choose ‘Restore a backup copy.
- Hit ‘Next’ and then ‘Local Backup’.
- Tap ‘Next’ and after that move to ‘The PC’ or ‘My Computer.
- Locate the file with the .qbb extension, which is your backup company file.
- Save that data file in any folder and then tap ‘Open’.
- To save the made changes, choose the ‘Save’ option.
After going through this article, we believe that you are now able to fix the QuickBooks error 6150 successfully. The troubleshooting steps mentioned here are the most appropriate ones. However, the problem might not go away due to some minor issues. In that case, immediately reach out to one of our professionals at 1.800.579.0391. Our experts are available 24*7 to guide you.
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