How to Safely Fix QuickBooks Error 6190 [2021 Tutorial]
As a QuickBooks user, have you ever heard of QuickBooks error 6190? If not, then lets us inform you that it falls under the category of multi-user errors and arises when a user attempts to open the company file located on another computer over the network. The error description of the error code simply states, “QuickBooks has encountered a problem and needs to close. We’re are sorry for the inconvenience.” There can be several reasons behind the occurrence of error 6190 that we are going to discuss with you ahead in this post, alongside the troubleshooting solutions.
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What can be the reasons causing QuickBooks error code 6190?
Down below, we have mentioned all the reasons that can trigger QuickBooks error code 6190:
- * The company file is opened in single-user mode on any of the workstations.
- * QuickBooks Database Server Manager is not functioning on the host computer.
How can you rectify QuickBooks error 6190?
Solution 1) Open the QuickBooks company file in multi-user mode on the workstations
- 1. Open QuickBooks Desktop on any workstations where you see the multi-user error.
- 2. Select the File menu located at the top menu bar.
- 3. From the drop-down menu, select the Open or Restore Company option.
- 4. Choose the Open a company file option and then select the Next button.
- 5. On the Open a Company window, checkmark the Open file in multi-user mode checkbox (located at the bottom left corner).
- 6. Repeat the steps mentioned above in the same manner for each workstation you see the error.
Solution 2) Run the QuickBooks Database Server Manager from QuickBooks Tool Hub
- 1. On the host computer, get QuickBooks Tool Hub of the most updated version (18.104.22.168) from the website of Intuit.
- 2. Click on the installation file QuickBooksToolHub.exe you downloaded and follow the steps mentioned on the screen.
- 3. Double-click on the icon of QuickBooks Tool Hub to open the software.
- 4. From the left pane of the window, select the Network Issues tab.
- 4. In the Fix My Network section, select the QuickBooks Database Server Manager button.
- 5. On the Scan Folders tab, select the Browse button to find and choose the QBW company file.
- 6. After selecting the QuickBooks company file, choose the OK button.
- 7. Choose the Start Scan button to run the QuickBooks Database Server Manager.
If you can’t get rid of QuickBooks error 6190 even after following all the troubleshooting solutions explained above in the post, then there is a great possibility that the ND (Network Data) and TLG (Transaction Log) configuration files, which allows QuickBooks to connect to the company file, are either damaged or corrupted. Our recommendation for you is to manually rename the configuration files and see whether this fixes the error or not. For additional troubleshooting assistance to resolve the company file error, feel free to get in touch with the expert technical team at the toll-free number (844)-888-4666.