Fix QuickBooks Error 6073 99001

What is QuickBooks error 6073 99001?

QuickBooks Error 6073 occurs when users try to access the company file in multi-user mode. The user may see this error message on the screen:

QuickBooks is unable to open this company file. It may have been opened by another user.

Error codes: (-6073, -99001)

QuickBooks is unable to open

Reasons :Why does QuickBooks Error Code 6073 occur?

QuickBooks Error Code 6073 99001 can occur because of various reasons. Some of the common reasons are:

  • The company file is open on another system in single-user mode.
  • The company file is placed in a read-only folder.
  • The user is accessing the document through a remote OS, hence the host system shows that the user is still logged in.
  • Linux server is hosting the files, and multiple credentials are being used to log in to the single shared folder.

Ways to fix QuickBooks error 6073 99001: Solutions

Errors occupy a lot of time, and you may lose your data due to such errors. Hence, follow a few easy steps to fix QuickBooks Error 6073. There are various situations where you may encounter the error. Hence, you should follow these methods to resolve the error.

Solution 1: Use QuickBooks File Doctor Tool to fix QuickBooks Error Code 6073

To resolve QuickBooks error 6073 99001 with the file doctor tool, follow these steps:

  • Firstly, visit the Intuit website and download the latest version of QuickBooks Tool Hub.
  • After you download and install the tool, open the QB Tool hub icon saved on your desktop.
  • Go to the company file issues tab, and click the QuickBooks file doctor tab.

Company file issues - QB tool hub

  • Once it has completed its task, close the window, and restart the app to see if the error has resolved.

Solution 2: Solve manually QuickBooks error 6073 99001

The manual way to fix QuickBooks Error 6073 depends upon different conditions. Hence, we have provided solutions as per different situations:

Case 1: When the company file in single-user mode opens on another system.
  • Firstly, close the QuickBooks desktop on all the systems.
  • Then open the company file on the host computer.
  • From the file menu, select the option of a switch to multi-user mode.

Switch to multi-user mode

  • If you encounter the same error, reboot all the systems.
Case 2: When the company file on the host computer opens in Single-User mode.
  • From the file menu, select “close the company.”

Close the Company

  • Open the company file again.
  • Go to the File menu again and select “Open or Restore Company”.

Open or restore company file in QuickBooks

  • Click Next after opening the company file.

Open or restore an existing company

  • Select the company file.
  • Go to the multi-user mode and then open it.
Case 3: When the company file is located in a folder with a “read-only” setting.

Since the file is located on the read-only folder, the user has to remove the setting.

  • Go to the host computer.
  • Open the folder in which your company file is saved.
  • Right-click on the folder to select “Properties.”
  • Click on the “Security tab” to select the user and click “Edit.
  • Click on the tab “Allow” and then on Apply; after that at last select “Ok.”
Case 4: When the system is accessed remotely from LogMeIn, GoToMyPC, and other such options.
  • Go to the Taskbar and right-click select “Task Manager.”
  • Choose processes and look for running operations under the user's name.
  • Restart the system in case processes are running under that user's name.

Solution 3: Working on Network Data File

Network Data files have .ND extension. These files allow QuickBooks to access the company files available on a network.

  • Go to --> Start. Open the Windows Explorer.
  • Look for the folder under the QuickBooks that has the company file.
  • Right-click the Company file with network data and QuickBooks company file extension(.QBW). Modify the .old file extension.

Rename .OLD file in QuickBooks desktop

  • Open QuickBooks
  • Open the company file.
  • Lastly, make another.ND file for the company file.

Solution 4: The transaction log files and network data files are marked hidden

  • Go to “My Computer” select the Tools menu and click on the option “Folder.”
  • Select the “View” tab and click on the “Show hidden files & folders” tab.

Show hidden files and folders

  • Then open the data folder to check the transaction log files and network data files.
  • Go on the network data file and right-click to select “properties” options.

Network data file properties

  • Delete the “Hidden” option and select “Ok.”

Conclusion

In this blog, we learned about QuickBooks Error Code 6073, and how we can fix it. We also learned its various causes, which will help us avoid QuickBooks Error Code 6073 99001 in the future.

The solutions mentioned above will help you solve QuickBooks error 6073 99001. In case you cannot fix QuickBooks Error Code 6073 or are unable to understand the issue, reach out to QB Error Support contact number +1-860-215-2261 for immediate support.

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