Hassle-Free Measures to Fix QuickBooks Error Code 324

by Sprink Davis Accounting and Bookkeeping

Users may encounter QuickBooks Error 324 when attempting to log in to their bank's website through QuickBooks. This error can be caused by a plethora of technical issues or routine maintenance running at the back end of the bank's website.

In this blog post, we will discuss QuickBooks Error Code 324 and provide users with easy and effective methods to fix such error in QuickBooks desktop.

What are the Causes of QuickBooks Error 324?

Following are the possible causes behind to this error:

  •          Incorrect installation of QuickBooks in the past.
  •          Changes made to the account name.
  •          User-deleted essential QuickBooks files.
  •          Damaged or missing QuickBooks keys in the Windows registry.
  •          Virus attack.

Methods to Resolve QuickBooks Error 324

Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve QuickBooks Error 324:

Method 1: Use the System File Checker

  •         Press the Win + R keys to open the Run window.
  •          Type "cmd" into the Run window and press Enter to open the command prompt.
  •         In the command prompt, type "SFC/Scannow" and press Enter.

·         After the scan is complete, try accessing the bank website through QuickBooks to check if Error 324 is resolved.

Method 2: Select a Secure Connection

  •        Open QuickBooks Online and enter your correct login credentials.
  •        Click on the "Transactions" tab.
  •        Select the "Update" option.
  •        Once the update is complete, verify if Error 324 is resolved.
  •        If the error persists, go to the Transaction or Banking tab.
  •         Choose the "Check connections" option to ensure a seamless connection.

Checking for connections in QuickBooks Self-Employed

  •          Launch QuickBooks Self-Employed and log in to your account.
  •          Go to the "Bank accounts" option.
  •          Click on the "Refresh all" option.
  •          Navigate to the "Transactions" tab.
  •          Click on the "Check connections" option.


Method 3: Remove Junk Files

  •          Press the Win + R keys simultaneously.
  •          The Run window will appear.
  •          In the Run box, type "cleanmgr" and press Enter.

  •          In the Disk Cleanup window, select the C drive.
  •          Click OK to start the process of cleaning junk files.
  •          After the process is complete, check if QuickBooks Error 324 is resolved.


Method 4: Clean Install QuickBooks

  •          Open the Control Panel and go to the "Programs and Features" section.
  •          Locate QuickBooks in the list of installed applications.
  •          Click on the "Uninstall" option.

·         After the process is complete, restart the computer and reinstall QuickBooks desktop.


Method 5: Resolve Windows Registry Issues

·         Open the Run window.

·         Type "Regedit" in the Run box and click OK.

  •          The registry editor will appear.
  •          Search for the key related to such error.
  •          Once located, choose the "Export" option in the File menu.
  •          Select the location where you want to store the backup key.
  •          Click on Export.
  •          Save the file with a .reg extension.


Final Words!

This blog has provided you with different methods to troubleshoot QuickBooks Error Code 324. If you need further technical assistance, please call our QuickBooks desktop error support experts at the helpline 1-800-615-2347.

You may also see: QuickBooks Error Code 6190 -816 – Learn How to Fix It?

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