|Errors||Cause of Error|
|-6176,0||The firewall is causing a block in the connection between the two systems.|
|-6000, -107||The file with .TGL extension is corrupt.|
|-6000, -107||The QuickBooks installation has been corrupted.|
|-6010, -100||This QuickBooks error arises when a computer system that is not the designated server is hosting the company file.|
|-6012, -1061||The network setup is incorrect.|
|-6129, -101||The QuickBooks database server manager might not be functioning optimally, or the folder permission is incorrect.|
|-6190, 816||More than a single user a logged in to the company data file in single user mode.|
|-6190, -85||It can be a result of a mismatch between the company file with the .qbq extension and the transaction log file with the .tlg extension.|
|6000, -832||This QuickBooks error code usually comes up when the hosting feature is switched on, or the file with extension .ND is not functioning optimally.|
|-6144, -304||This QuickBooks error arises when you boot the QuickBooks software or open the QuickBooks company data file. This can also happen on a sample file.|
|-6000, -305||The issue arises in the case of an incorrect network setup. It is also possible that the company data file is damaged or corrupt.|
|-6073, -816||The reason for this QuickBooks issue is that more than a single computer is hosting the company data file, or it is also possible that the firewall configurations are blocking connection. It is also possible that the file that is being hosted is damaged or corrupt.|
|-6144, -103||The file with the .ND extension has an incorrect path to the company data file. It is also possible that the Windows user account accessed by the QuickBooks database manager is corrupt or damaged.|
|-6120, 0||This QuickBooks issue arises because one of the designated work stations is hosting the company data file or that the firewall port 8091 is barricaded.|
|-6087, 0||This QuickBooks issue arises while accessing the company file locally.|
|-6147, 0||This QuickBooks error message is received when you try to access the company data file or while you try to restore a company backup file with the .QBB extension.|
Key Note: You need to make sure that QuickBooks Desktop is updated to the latest version. It is also advised to install as well as run the software QuickBooks File Doctor prior to performing any of the below mentioned steps. In the scenario that you are still experiencing the issues after the use of the QuickBooks File Doctor, you should perform the following solutions mentioned below.
You also need to remember that the -6000 error series can arise in the local as well as the network set up. Opt for the apt set up from the below mentioned options and perform the mentioned steps for the needed solution.
These set of solutions mean that you are accessing a file which is saved on the same system where the QuickBooks software is installed.
Solution 1: Rename the .TLG and .ND extension files
The .TLG and .ND extension files are an integral part of the QuickBooks software files. These are essentially configuration files that enable the QuickBooks software to access company files within a network or a multi user facility. If these files get damaged or corrupt, you will encounter these errors when you open the QuickBooks data files. However, renaming these files won’t cause you to lose any form of QuickBooks data. These concerned files are automatically re-created whilst you rescan using the QuickBooks Database Server Manager as well as when you access the company data file.
Here are steps for that
Solution 2: Access a sample company data file.
By accessing the sample company data file, you are basically testing whether the issue arising is possibly due to the computer data file or due to the QuickBooks software itself. In the case that the sample company data file does not run and instead turns into an error, it is a simple answer that the QuickBooks installation file is damaged or corrupt and needs to be fixed or replaced.
Solution 3: Get the QuickBooks file copied to the Desktop
By copying the QuickBooks file on the desktop and then accessing it, you are basically testing whether there is an error with the location of the company data file. In case the company data file opens up while it is located on the desktop, the answer is that the location of the company file is damaged or corrupt, or that it is too deep for the software to locate, that is, the file destination exceeded the limit of the software’s ability to track files. In the case that the company data file did not open up even after relocating the file, it means that the file is corrupt or damaged.
Here are steps for the solution –
Solution 4: Restore the backup
Since we know the fact the company did not open even when it was shifted to a new location, that is, the desktop, you can try and restore the backup for the QuickBooks company data file. This will tell you if the actual problem is with the present company file with the extension .QBW.
In the case that you experience the error while restoring the QuickBooks company data file backup, you need to follow these simple steps –
Make sure that your computer system is not hosting the company data file.
You need to ensure that the path to the company data file is no more than 210 characters in length.
Solution 5: Implement ADR to restore the backup.
In case the company data file is damaged, it is highly recommended that the lost data is recovered via the QuickBooks Auto Data Recovery.
In Case You Are Accessing File Via a Network
This basically means that you are accessing the company data file saved on another computer system or the server.
Solution 1: Make sure to check if Hosting switched on, on all computer systems.
It is highly recommended that you have one personal computer or server for the purpose of hosting the company data files.
Solution 2: Rename the files with extensions of .TLG and .ND and restart or reboot the Database Server Manager.
The files with the extensions of .ND and .TLG are an integral part of the QuickBooks data files. These are essentially configuration files that assist the QuickBooks software in accessing the company data files within a network or a multi-user facility.
In case these files get damaged or corrupt, you will see errors when you boot the QuickBooks software. However, renaming these files with extensions .TLG and .ND will help you to not lose any vital QuickBooks data files as they will be re-created when you utilize the re-scan feature in the Database Server Manager in the QuickBooks software as well as whilst you access the QuickBooks company data file.
Here is the procedure for that –
You need to understand that the purpose of the Database Server Manager is to solely host the QuickBooks company data files. It is, therefore, best to reboot the Database Server Manager and then rescan the QuickBooks data files once you successfully rename the data files with the extensions of .TLG and .ND.
Here is the full procedure –
Solution 3: Access a sample company data file locally installed on a system/workstation.
By accessing a sample company data file, you are basically testing whether the error is possibly with the company data file or with the QuickBooks software itself. If the sample company data file does not open up and turns into an error, it simply means that the QuickBooks software installation is corrupt or damaged and it needs to be fixed.
Here is the procedure for that –
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