QuickBooks error 6073 occurs when a user tries to open a company file the same as other error codes in the series 6000. When you try to open a company file, and an error appears on the screen all of a sudden, stating- QuickBooks is not able to open the company file. Furthermore, the error code 6073 also suggests that another user may have opened the company file. Several factors can Issue the QuickBooks error 6073. Read this blog until this end to explore various aspects of the error: 6073 and resolve it.
Effects of QuickBooks Error 6073
When the error occurs, you may observe these symptoms to determine that QuickBooks error 6073 has occurred.
- QuickBooks error 6073 appears on the screen immediately as soon the error occurs
- You may not be able to open your financial institution due to the error.
- The error crashes an active window and degrades the performance of your system.
- Desktop freezes periodically for a few seconds at a time as a result of the QuickBooks error 6073
Causes of QuickBooks Error Code 6073
QuickBooks error 6073 can be Issues due to various technical issues you can see in the below-
- The file is open on another system when multi-user mode is disabled.
- When a read-only network folder contains the file, then QuickBooks error 6073 can arise
- When the file is accessed using remote software, and the host system perceives that the user is still logged in
- A Linux server has been used to host the files, and multiple login credentials are being used to login to the shared folder.
The Solution To Resolve The Quickbooks Error 6073
When the QuickBooks error 6073 arrives, you can follow the below-explained troubleshooting methods to resolve the error.
Solution 1: Utilize QuickBooks File Doctor to Fix Company File
If the file you are trying to access is damaged, then QuickBooks File Doctor can fix all the issues related to the company file. You can download the utility from the official website of the Intuit and run it to find and fix data damage. Wait for the process to end and see if QuickBooks error 6073 appears no more while accessing the company file. Move to the next solution if the root cause of the error is something other than the damaged company file.
Solution 2: If the company file is open in Single User mode in another System
Try these points when a user opens a company file into a single user mode at another system.
- First of all close the QuickBooks desktop.
- Open your Company file on to the system.
- Go to the File menu and then select Switch to Multi-User environment.
- If getting the same issue then reboot your system.
If a Company file opened into a single user mode on to host the Device
- From the main File menu, select an option to Close the Company.
- Reopen your Company file.
- Go to the File menu and then select Open or Restore File.
- Then select to open the Company File & then click to the Next.
- select your Company file.
- select to open the file into multi-user mode & then click to open it.
If your company file is located in a read-only network folder
- Firstly go to the computer system where is your company file hosted.
- Browse and then open the folder where your company file is saved.
- Give one right-click into the folder and select Properties.
- After that navigate to the Security tab.
- Select the user that has issues when logging into the file.
- Hit a click to Edit it.
- Check that box for Allow to full control.
- To save changes click on Apply and then click to the OK key.
If the Desktop is get accessed remotely via LogMeIn, GoToMyDesktop, etc.
- Give one right-click to the Taskbar & then select the Task Manager.
- Go to the Processes tab.
- Now check if the process is running under the user’s name from which you have issues with this.
- If there is a process under that user’s name, restart your Desktop.