QuickBooks company files store all the financial data of users that is generated from the accounting. Users sometimes fail to access the data file due to QuickBooks Error 6130 appearing while performing the data file functions. If you also come across this company file error on your QB, keep reading the blog to understand why the error develops and methods to eliminate it from your system.
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Read why QuickBooks file error code 6130 appears.
You’ll see this 6XXX series QB error coming up while hosting a data file or opening it to access the financial data. The main reasons for this company file error to rise on your QB are discussed below in detail-
- The company file location has been changed on your system and QuickBooks still searches the file in its old location.
- The Database Server Manager account is damaged leading to problems when you try hosting the company file.
- Windows Firewall stops QuickBooks from connecting to other systems for sharing the data file.
Easy methods to remove the error message 6130 in QuickBooks
You cannot perform the company file tasks efficiently once QuickBooks gets influenced by this error. The easy techniques to remove the QB data file error are discussed below-
Solution 1- Move your company file back to its original location on your system
QuickBooks automatically creates folders in the C: drive to store its program files and data files. The financial data is automatically stored in the company files and the software accesses the files whenever you work on or update your financial data. You can run into this error if you move the company file to a different location which isn’t updated in QuickBooks. The software falls prey to issues when it cannot find the company file in the specified location and might even crash. You need to move the data file back to its default location using the following steps-
- Single-click on the search panel on the taskbar and type your company file name with a * mark at the beginning.
- Right-click the company file and select the Open file location option.
- Right-click the data file and click the Copy option.
- Go to C:Users\Public\PublicDocuments\Intuit\QuickBooksXX\CompanyFiles and Paste your company file.
- Open your QuickBooks and try accessing the data file from this location again.
If QB faces trouble accessing the file from its default location, move to the next solution.
Solution 2- Remove your QB DBSM account from your Windows
You might also face trouble hosting the company file on a multi-user network if the DBSM stops running in the background. This happens if the DBSM account gets damaged or the Windows firewall blocks its functions. You can easily remove the DBSM account using these steps-
- Open the control panel and go to the Accounts option.
- Click User Accounts in the next window and select your QuickBooksDataServiceUserXX in the list.
- Click Remove/Delete and click Yes in the confirmation window.
This blog helps you understand why QuickBooks Error 6130 stops you from opening a data file or executing any related functions. The easy techniques to remove the error are also mentioned in the blog, and we hope you implement them on your system to access the data file without problems.
Consult our QB support team at +1-855-738-2784 if you face problems while using the solutions.