QuickBooks error 6190 usually appears when multi-users try to host the company file in a single user mode. Also it occurs due to inconsistencies between transactions log files & the Company file. If you are encountering Qb error 6190, no need to fret. Follow the steps carefully given in the blog & learn, How to resolve QuickBooks error code 6190?
What leads to QB error 6190?
- Damaged or corrupt data in Company file.
- Another user tries to access a company file when it’s on Single user mode.
- Mismatch between Company file & enterprise log file
- If the transaction file is not updated as per updated company file
How to resolve QuickBooks error code 6190?
In order to efficiently resolve Qb error 6190, follow these troubleshooting steps:-
Solution 1. Run QuickBooks File Doctor
- Download QuickBooks file doctor tool.
- Save it somewhere on the desktop.
- Double-click on .exe extension to install it.
- Ensure that you logged in as an administrator. If you haven’t logged-in, do so to use Qb File doctor.
- While opening the tool, it displays two options as Network connectivity only or both file damage and Network connectivity
- Choose Both the file damage and the network connectivity to rectify the damaged files.
- Now, enter the login credentials when asked.
- Select whether the file is on workstations or server.
- At last, click on proceed to complete the process.
Solution 2. Fix the Mismatch
- Open the Company folder.
- Search the company file.
- Do right click on Company files & select rename option.
- Likewise, rename the Transaction log file.
- Close the system & then, open QuickBooks & login to the company file.
Solutions 3. Verify Multi-user mode
- Firstly, all users should log out of their Qb accounts.
- Next, restart the systems.
- Then, copy the data file on the desktop. & then locate back to the original location.
- Log in to QuickBooks now.
With the above mentioned steps, you can easily fix QuickBooks error code 6190 efficiently. In case you want expert aid, contact us at +1-855-533-6333