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How to Fix QuickBooks Error 6190-816

August 8, 2019 by QuickBooks Customer Support  

QuickBooks Error 6190-816 is a snag associated with QuickBooks company file. This error prevents the user from opening their data on the host computer. When the organization and the transaction log file do not match with each other, then there becomes a high possibility of the organization file becoming damaged. These corrupt files are one of the significant reason due to which you lose your essential data. To resolve this issue, you can read the content shared in this blog. Ideally, you apply the knowledge shared within a stipulated time frame to avoid further errors. For any query or discussion, you can always connect at QuickBooks Tech Support.
QuickBooks Error 6190-816 displays as a warning message. It reads as “QuickBooks is unable to open this company file. Another user may have opened it. You should ask that user to switch to multi-user mode so you can both use the company file at the same time… ask your system administrator to make the file accessible.”

Reasons behind this QuickBooks technical snag

There are two reasons behind the occurrence of QuickBooks Error 6190-816
 
  • When the Transaction log doesn’t match with the company data file.
  • If the.QBW file was updated on another system without.TLG file.

 

How to fix QuickBooks Error 6190-816

Solution 1- Resolving the mismatch snag
 
  • Click to open your QuickBooks company files ( make sure that they are in the same computer in which you had saved them earlier).
  • You need to file the transaction log file and the company file. Both of them will have the same names but different extensions
  • Right-click on the files and rename them. But do not rename the transactions. You must rename it as abc.QBW and XYZ.TLG, where ABC and XYZ are the names of the company files
  • Once done, exit from the system
  • Open QuickBooks software and try to open the company file.

 

Solution 2- Check for Single User Mode
 
  • First of all, ask all the users to log out from the QuickBooks Company file.
  • Now, restart all the systems.
  • After that copy and paste the company/data file to any other location rather than its original source.
  • Once done, again copy and paste the files back to the primary source.
  • Login to QuickBooks and see if the error is resolved.

 

Solution 3- Fix the error using QuickBooks File Doctor
 
  • In your system, download and install QuickBooks File Doctor.
  • Once installed, run the tool in the system
  • The File doctor will display two options- ‘Both file harm and network connectivity’ and ‘Network connectivity.’
  • Select the first one. 
  • When asked for the password, provide your admin details
  • Click on ‘yes’ when asked for whether the ‘company file is on server’ and ‘No,’ if they are on ‘Workstation.’
  • Click on ‘Continue’

These are three recommended solutions implementing which you can manually troubleshoot the QuickBooks Company File error. If the attempts fail, then the best way is to connect with QuickBooks contact number. This number further connects you with the expert techies who are always in service to provide you a feasible solution.

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