[100 % Working Solutions to Fix QuickBooks Error 6000 83]

QuickBooks Desktop, an accounting application to manage day-to-day accounting activities, is used by thousands of businesses from all over the world. Just like other accounting applications, QuickBooks Desktop is prone to errors and technical glitches too. QuickBooks error 6000 83 is one such error that arises at a number of instances, and among them, the most common is when a user tries to access the company file stored on the server at a different location, directly from any of the workstations. In this post, we will explain to you the reasons that trigger such a multi-user error along with the troubleshooting solutions.
A user might see one of the following error messages with the error prompt:
“An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to access the company file. Please try again.”
Or
“We’re sorry. QuickBooks couldn’t open your company file.”

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Looking for instant troubleshooting assistance resolving QuickBooks error 6000 83 without breaking a sweat? If yes, feel free to speak to our technical professionals at the toll-free number 800.583.0572.

What are the reasons behind the occurrence of QuickBooks error 6000 83?

Usually, QuickBooks error 6000 83 gets triggered when there is more than one system set as the server to host the company file in multi-user mode. Although, there can be other reasons also like as follows:

  • * Issues with the .QBW company file, like data corruption.

What are the best troubleshooting solutions for QuickBooks error 6000 83?

Solution 1) Manually configure the QuickBooks multi-user hosting settings

  • 1. Open QuickBooks Desktop on the workstation you see the error.

  • 2. At the uppermost menu bar, select the File menu.

  • 3. Select the Utilities option from the drop-down list.

  • 4. From the Utilities side menu, choose the Stop Hosting Multi-User Access option. If you see the Host Multi-User Access option, ignore it.

  • 5. Open QuickBooks Desktop on the server computer.

  • 6. At the uppermost menu bar, select the File menu.

  • 7. Select the Utilities option from the drop-down list.

  • 8. From the Utilities side menu, choose the Host Multi-User Access option. If you see the Stop Hosting Multi-User Access option, ignore it.

Solution 2) Get QuickBooks Tool Hub and run the QuickBooks File Doctor tool

  • 1. From Intuit’s official website, download QuickBooks Tool Hub of the most recent version (1.5.0.0) and save it on the desktop.

  • 2. Click on the installation file you downloaded (QuickBooksToolHub.exe) and follow the instructions you see on the screen.

  • 3. Finish the QuickBooks Tool Hub installing by accepting the terms and conditions.

  • 4. Open QuickBooks Tool Hub by double-clicking on its icon.

  • 5. At the left pane, select the Company File Issues tab.

  • 6. Click on the Run QuickBooks File Doctor button.

  • 7. Choose the Browse and search button to find and select the .QBW company file on the computer.

  • 8. Select the Check your file option (middle one) and then hit the Continue button.

  • 9. Type in the admin password of QuickBooks as prompted and then select the Next button.

  • 10. Once the tool finishes fixing the company file issues, reboot the computer.

Conclusion:
If you can’t get rid of QuickBooks error 6000 83 even after implementing all the troubleshooting solutions explained above in the post, then there are high chances that the company file is completely damaged. Therefore, our recommendation for you is to restore a backup copy of the company file in QuickBooks Desktop and see whether this rectifies the error or not. You can also ask for additional troubleshooting support resolving the multi-user error from our QuickBooks professionals at the toll-free number 800.583.0572.

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