QuickBooks Error code 61.
In this QuickBooks Error Code 61- mostly with the using QuickBooks Error support.. Before we go ahead and tell the procedure of fixing the error, keep in mind if you are using Multi user in QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting, then you should immediately contact QuickBooks error support because it requires some deep technical troubleshooting to get fixed.
Description of Error:
According to QuickBooks, this failure can be generated by one or more of the following problems:
u The QuickBooks extension file of.TLG has corrupted.
u The.ND file has corrupted.
u The.DSN file has broken.
u The extension file of.QBW has damaged.
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Why is this happening?
According to QuickBooks, Error 61- has various possible reasons. The possible reasons involve:
u A user is trying to open a company file of QuickBooks with the extension of.QBW that has saved in a different location other than a local hard drive.
u The company file with the extension of QuickBooks has corrupted.
u Encryption software has placed on the local drive where the company file with the extension of.QBW has saved.
To resolve of the QuickBooks, try one of the given recommendations:
u Restart your PC and restart the company file
u Make sure your QuickBooks is up-to-date.
u Rename the company file from.TLG to.TLG2 and restart QuickBooks
u Disable encryption software and restart the company file
How to fix QuickBooks error code 61.
Solution 1 – Update QuickBooks:
u Ensure that your QuickBooks is up-to-date if not, and then update your QuickBooks on all your PCs.
u If the company file is still not opening, proceed to troubleshooting.
Solution 2 – reset the name of support folders:
u The support files listed above are in the corresponding folder as your company data.
u They have the identical name as your company file, but they have.ND,.TLG or.DSN added to the file name.
u Rename all of the support files by adding the word.OLD at the end of each file name.
u QuickBooks Desktop will naturally rebuild the files from default data.