QuickBooks 6000 series errors are common among QuickBooks users. One of the most annoying them is QuickBooks error 6190, which arises when the user tries to open the company file on the QuickBooks desktop application. The error interrupts the users with a message, “We’re sorry. QuickBooks is unable to open the company file.” Mainly, the error occurs when the company file is open on another workstation in single-user mode. Continue reading the blog to get detailed information on QuickBooks error 6190, its causes and solutions.
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What causes QuickBooks error 6190?
There are certain factors responsible for the error. Take a look at some of them given below:
- The company file is open on another workstation in single-user mode.
- You are using an outdated version of QuickBooks Desktop.
- QuickBooks configuration files are damaged or corrupted.
Now, proceed to the solutions discussed below.
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Quick Troubleshooting Methods to Resolve QuickBooks error 6190
Follow the steps given below to get rid of the error:
Method 1. Download the latest QuickBooks update
The steps given below will help you update QuickBooks manually:
2.Click the Help menu and choose Update QuickBooks Desktop.
3.Select the Update Now tab.
4.To start the download, click the Get Updates button.
5.Restart the application after the download finishes.
6.Install the software when prompted.
If you still get the error, try the next method.
Method 2. Run Quick Fix my Program
The tool helps users to detect and fix the damage in the company file. To utilize the tool, you need to download and install QuickBooks Tool Hub. The steps given below will help you do so:
2.We suggest you download the recent release of QuickBooks Tool Hub.
3.Open up the downloaded file ( QuickBooksToolHub.exe ).
4.Install the tool hub by following the on-screen steps.
5.Mark the agree to the terms and conditions checkbox.
6.After installing, open the QuickBooks Tool Hub.
7.Select the Company File issues tab.
8.Next, click Quick Fix my File and then OK.
9.Let the tool run.
If the error continues, move on to the next method.
Method 3. Use QuickBooks File Doctor
1.Reopen QuickBooks Tool Hub.
2.Select the Company File Issues tab.
3.Click QuickBooks File Doctor.
4.Within the QuickBooks File Doctor, choose your company file from the drop-down list.
5.If you can’t find the company file, click on Browse and Search to find it.
6.Choose the middle Check your file option and click Continue.
7.You need to enter the QuickBooks admin password to proceed.
This brings us to the end of this blog. We hope you find it helpful to resolve QuickBooks error 6190. If you face any trouble performing the steps, consult the certified QuickBooks expert’s team by calling us on our helpline number 1.800.579.9430.