What Is QuickBooks Error -6144, 0?

According to Intuit, QuickBooks Error -6144, 0 and the related error -6144, -103 are accompanied by the message “An error occurred while QuickBooks tried to access the company file”. They are caused by either: an incorrect path in your .nd file to your company file (.qbw) or damage to the Windows user account used by […]

What Does Error Code 80070057 Mean?

According to Intuit, Error Code 80070057 has several variations, each of which has different causes and solutions.  Some variations remain unresolved. Interestingly, before converting our KnowledgeBase to the present format, our article on this error code was our most viewed article by a factor of more than 2 to 1.  That’s a good indicator of […]

What Does Error Code -6073, -816 Mean?

According to Intuit, Error Code -6073, -816: “QuickBooks is unable to open this company file” is an error that has multiple possible causes.  The possible causes include: multiple computers have hosting turned on instead of only 1 different releases of QuickBooks on the server and the affected workstation insufficient file permissions the Database Manager service […]

What Does Error Code -6177, 0 Mean?

According to Intuit, Error Code -6177, 0: “QuickBooks is attempting to open this Company file” indicates that QuickBooks couldn’t use the path to the company file.  It usually occurs when using QuickBooks in multiuser mode.  For QuickBooks 2009, many causes of this error have been resolved in Releases R5 and R6, including attempting to open […]

What Does Error Code 2753 Mean?

Error 2753 is connected to a failure of QBServerUtilityMgr.exe to launch properly.  This is the QuickBooks Database Server Manager.  It’s used in multi-user mode to manage .nd files and keep track of the location of the company file (.qbw).  It’s normally located in: %Program Files%Common FilesIntuitQuickBooks Some users have reported that running the reboot.bat file […]

What Does Error Code -6000, -107 Mean?

According to Intuit, Error Code -6000, -107 “QuickBooks is unable to open company file” can occur when a user is attempting open a QuickBooks company file (.qbw) and the associated network data (.nd) or transaction log (.tlg) file is damaged. To resolve this error, rename both of the files and re-start QuickBooks.  QuickBooks will recreate […]

What Does Error Code H101 Mean?

According to Intuit, Error Code H101 indicates that the computer on which the QuickBooks company file is located needs additional configuration. This error code has multiple possible causes: security software (e. g., a firewall) is blocking access to computer where the company file is located QuickBooks can’t obtain the Internet Protocol (IP)address of the computer […]