QuickBooks Company Data File Issues

QuickBooks is hugely admired because they manage and organize your finance in one place, create reliable tax record and help you save your time track in sales and expenses.
If you are encountering any problem related to data in your QuickBooks software, just follow these steps to rectify them. You might notice a warning during the data verification or backup after installing Release 4(R4) of QuickBooks 2011 or enterprise 11.0. This will happen because the data problem will prevent the QuickBooks from continuing.

To fix the problem you need to install the latest version of QuickBooks. (If you're not sure of the Installation process, Do contact our "INTUIT PRO ADVISORS") After the installation of latest updated version, you would need to update all the computers with the access to the company file to the latest version. Just go to the update to the latest release in the web page. Make sure that your product is selected,and if not, click on choose a different product. Then select and follow the instructions given for all the manual updates.

Now you need to verify that the update is installed properly in your computer. Then choose the solution that completely applies to you. If you see an error in reload.sql while updating your data, you need to edit the QBW.INI file and then restore the backup of your company file. Double click on QBW.INI file to open it up in a notepad. Look for the option in heading (MISC), if that section doesn't exist, add it to the end of the file. Underneath the heading add disablecolumnorderfix=1, choose save from the file menu, click on it and then restore your backup file.

If you still see a warning that prevents your data problem to continue from QuickBooks, we strongly advise that you rather take help of Intuit Pro Advisor Experts, Call:- +1855-247-0709 (Toll-Free)

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QuickBooks Error while Rebuild Data File

If an unexpected error has occurred then it is advisable for you to restart your QuickBooks and try again. If you continue to witness this problem then note that C= value and you need to inform your technical support.

C= 342'. This error might have appeared if your QBW file has become corrupted or If QBW32.EXE has been setup Microsoft windows compatible mode.

To resurrect it you need to need to open QuickBooks sample company file, i.e. hold the Ctrl key while you start the QuickBooks application. When 'No company Open' window pops up, release the key. Then Click on 'Open the sample file' and select a sample company file to open. If the file opens without the error then your company file is corrupt. In such situation, try restoring the file from the backup, or you may use the 'verify data' or the 'Rebuild data' utilities to verify and repair the data file.
If still your problem is not solved then follow the next step, i.e. disable the window compatibility mode setting for QuickBooks and QBW32.EXE file. Right click on the QuickBooks icon and select 'Properties'. In the compatibility tab clear the check box, run this program in the compatibility mode' and then click 'OK'. Now try to open your company file on QuickBooks application. If this check box is unchecked for QuickBooks, repeat the same step for QBW32.EXE.

If still the problem persists you should rather not mess up with your Data File, yourself as there is a possibility of Complete Data Loss. We advise you to take the help of your QuickBooks Pro Advisor, since they often have a Few Repair Tools available.

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6098, 5 – When opening a data file from the server

QuickBooks Error, 6098, 5 generally takes place when a user requires administrator's rights to open a file. When this happens, we recommend that you download and use the QuickBooks File Doctor in order to correct it efficiently. However, if you prefer handling the error manually, you can manually grant a user account administrator rights by following our steps.

For windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8:
Begin by clicking the start button, opening your control panel and selecting an option labeled 'User Accounts'. Select the appropriate user account from the following:

  • QuickBooks 2006 and Enterprise Solutions 6.0:QBDataServiceUser
  • QuickBooks 2007 and Enterprise Solutions 7.0:QBDataServiceUser17
  • QuickBooks 2008 and Enterprise Solutions 8.0:QBDataServiceUser18
  • QuickBooks 2009 and Enterprise Solutions 9.0:QBDataServiceUser19
  • QuickBooks 2010 and Enterprise Solutions 10.0:QBDataServiceUser20
  • QuickBooks 2011 and Enterprise Solutions 11.0:QBDataServiceUser21
  • QuickBooks 2012 and Enterprise Solutions 12.0:QBDataServiceUser22
  • QuickBooks 2013 and Enterprise Solutions 13.0:QBDataServiceUser23
Once you do so, click the properties button and select the 'Group Membership' tab. Within this tab, you'll find the 'Option' button and on clicking it, a drop down arrow will allow you to access a menu from which you must select 'Administrators'. Now, all you have to do is click on the 'Apply' button to make sure that the changes take place and then click ok to close this. To close the User Accounts, click ok again.

For windows server 2003:
Right click on 'My Computer' and then click on 'Manage'. You'll find a plus symbol (+) right next to 'Local Users and Groups' and should click on that. After that, select 'Local Users'. On the right panel, you must select the appropriate qbdataserviceuserXX and then select 'Properties'. Click on the 'Member' tab and then click on 'Add'. Now, all you have to do is click on 'Ok' to save the changes.

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