How To Resolve Quickbooks Error 6010

Quickbooks Error code 6010 can indicate antivirus software with firewall function. And cannot be the same. It may be interfering with a firewall function. It can be interfering with the operation of QuickBooks. And you can run a registry cleaner that has to modify your windows registry. When the registry is modified by a registry cleaner.

  • The error code 6010 has some specific security applications which may be installed in your computer. And it may cause an error in QuickBooks. Each and every time the user has to try to start the QuickBooks And the displays have an error message 6010. So the error can occur when QuickBooks can try to start the database server.
  • If any of the software can modify QuickBooks files and processes, it can be detected accidentally as a potential threat to computer security. Many people can use an account application for business. And this software QuickBooks error codes list can arise when the user and software platform cannot be the same.

Why Quickbooks Error Code 6010 Occur?

  • This QuickBooks error may occur because of the association of the network data file for the multi-user system. QuickBooks and file error network data file is a network device file and it can have some error when the file can be disconcerted from QuickBooks Support work files for transitional log data files.
  • QuickBooks desktop has more and you may get errors messages that may reflect technical glitches and network errors in QuickBooks accounting software. these issues can badly hurt productivity.

Causes for QuickBooks Error 6010

  • QuickBooks isn’t running with all admin permission
  • The company file is not saved on the server computer
  • .ND and .TLG files are damaged

Steps to Resolve QuickBooks Error 6010

Step 1: Update QuickBooks Desktop

  • Open QuickBooks Desktop
  • Then go to Help > Update QuickBooks Desktop
  • Then click on Update Now to the top right corner
  • Now make a check on Reset Update and click Get Updates (See an image below)
  • Once Update is complete, close QuickBooks

Step 2: Download and Run QuickBooks File Doctor

  • Download QuickBooks Tools Hub and go to your downloads by pressing CTRL+J
  • Under your downloads list click on QuickBooksToolsHub.exe
  • Click Yes to allow this app to make changes
  • Now click on Next to install it and then click Yes again for accepting the license agreement
  • Click on Next and then Install (It may take some time)
  • Once the installation is complete click on Finish
  • Now open QuickBooks Tool Hub (Icon will be available on your desktop)
  • Under Company File Issues tab click on Run QuickBooks File Doctor.

Step 3: Rename the .ND and .TLG Files

  • .ND and .TLG files help you to run QuickBooks company files on network and multi-user mode. If these files are damaged or corrupted that can cause you QuickBooks Error 6010  and renaming these files can help you to resolve it.
  • Open your QuickBooks company file location C:\Users\Public\Documents\Intuit\QuickBooks\Company File [Default Location]
  • Now look for the files that have .ND and .TLG extensions.
  • Make a right-click on them and select Rename, Now type “.OLD” at the end of the file
  • For Example, CompanyName.qbw.ND now changes it to CompanyName.qbw.ND.OLD
  • CompanyName.qbw.TLG now changes it to CompanyName.qbw.TLG.OLD
  • Click Yes to confirm.

Step 4: Copy your company files to Desktop

  • Make a right-click on the desktop screen and go to New > Folder
  • Now go to your current company file location
  • Make a right-click on the company file and select Copy (Ctrl+C)
  • Then open your New Folder and make a right-click and select Paste (Ctrl+V)
  • Now press and hold the Ctrl key, ensure not to leave the Ctrl key until No Company Open Window is on the screen
  • Click Open or Restore an Existing Company
  • Select Open a company file and click Next
  • Browse to the desktop file that you copied in a new folder
  • Then click Open
  • If the file is still unable to open please proceed further with Step 5

Step 5: Restore QuickBooks Backup File

  • If you’re still unable to open QuickBooks after copied to the desktop, it may be a possibility that your company files(.QBW) are currently experiencing some issues. In order to resolve it, you can restore the latest backup
  • Close QuickBooks Desktop
  • Now press and hold the Ctrl key, make sure not to leave the key until No Company Open Window is on the screen
  • Click on Open or restore an existing company
  • Choose Restore a backup copy and click Next
  • Now follow the on-screen instruction to restore the latest backup

Step 6: Download and Run QuickBooks Database Server Manager

  • Download QuickBooks Tools Hub and go to your downloads by pressing CTRL+J
  • Under your downloads list click on QuickBooksToolsHub.exe
  • Click Yes to allow this app to make changes
  • Now click on Next to install it and then click Yes again for accepting the license agreement
  • Click on Next and then Install (It may take some time)
  • Once the installation is complete click on Finish
  • Now open QuickBooks Tool Hub (Icon will be available on your desktop)
  • Under Network Issues tab click on QuickBooks Database Server Manager
  • Scan your Company File Location
  • Head over to the ‘Scan Folders’ tab.
  • Click on Browse and select the folder that stores your company file (.QBW)
  • Click on ‘OK’ and ‘Start Scan’

Step 7: End QuickBooks Tasks from Task Manager

  • Log in as an Administrator in your computer
  • Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc to open task manager
  • Highlight the first option and press Q from the keyboard to see the QuickBooks Process
  • Then select QuickBooks processes (QBW32.exe, qbupdate.exe and QBDBMgr.exe) and click End Task
  • Now open QuickBooks Company File.

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