Multi-user mode benefits when several users need to access a single work file simultaneously, individually, when the server or host computer permits them. But when a user tries to access the company file that is not available on his computer, he will encounter an error code called QuickBooks Error 6130. In the description of the error, you will see a message that says, “QuickBooks has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.” Ahead, the blog will tell you what brings this error in the picture and how to get it out of the image so that you run QuickBooks impeccably
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What causes the error 6130 to brew up?
A user needs to understand why this error appears and what causes it. Once they are understood, he can easily handle the error. Let us tell you the possible reasons:
- You are facing this particular error, probably because you are opening a file that has become damaged or corrupted.
- Incorrect installation of QuickBooks or the program file is partially downloaded.
- Incorrect configuration of firewall or other anti-virus software which balks QuickBooks from the access
- Slow internet connection leads to lagging, and the error 6130 pops
More reasons may be added to the list, but these were the four primary reasons for error generation. Now let us see how the error can get fixed.
Fix The QuickBooks Error Using The Accessible Steps.
You can open the file on the system that has the file available instead of the one that doesn’t have access. There are more troubleshooting methods that you can follow:
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Step 1: Move the file To The Local Hard Drive
When the user directly restores backed-up data through some external storage device, the problem can occur. See how to cure this part:
- Go to the server system, open the company file and move it to the local C drive.
- Enter the C drive and open the file belonging to QuickBooks.
- Now generate a moveable or portable file and save it to the C drive.
- Now, close the company file and deduce it from the C drive and save it on the server system.
- Once done with the above step, shut the company file and get it on the server by opening it; here, you’ll notice
Once done with the above step, shut the company file and get it on the server by opening it; here, you’ll notice the error is gone, and you can access the company file; if that is not the case, jump to the next step.
Step 2: Recover The Damaged File
If the configuration files like .ND and .TLG get damaged, it can also create trouble in QuickBooks. In order to resolve this, we need to rename the folder. You can do that by locating the corresponding network data file with their respective extension. This step will fix the error.
The blog highlight all about the QuickBooks Error 6130 in detail. Now you must be clear with why and why does this error occur and how it can be eliminated by the user. Once the troubleshooting steps are executed, you will be able to open your desired company file. If you couldn’t successfully do that, then the experts provided by QuickBooks Support give you a helping hand when you tell them your issue at 1.855.738.2891