How To Solve 'This Is A Corrupted Or Damaged QuickBooks Database' Error?

by Appliance R. Professional writer

Intuit QuickBooks {is often|is usually|is frequently|can often be} {used in|utilized in|found in|employed in} multi-user and networked environment {and so|and thus|therefore|so}, {results in|leads to|brings about|ends in} frequent errors. To add, {the lack of|the possible lack of|having less|deficiency of} resilience {in its|in the|in their|rolling around in its} conventional database format,.QBW file, {makes it|causes it to be|can make it|helps it be} {difficult to|hard to|challenging to|tough to} determine the file corruption. Quite often, the files are corrupted much before {they are|they're|they may be|these are} detected by QuickBook data entry. Following the occurrence of error message, such situations generally require an easy-to-apply QuickBooks File Recovery solution.

As {an example|a good example|an illustration|a sample}, {you might|you may|you could|you could possibly} encounter the below error message while {trying to|attempting to|wanting to|looking to} open/access a QuickBooks database:

"This {is a|is really a|can be a|is often a} corrupted or damaged QuickBooks database"

In order {to solve|to resolve|to fix|to unravel} such issues, {refer to|make reference to|reference|talk about} next section.

Fixing the Issue

These errors {can sometimes|can occasionally|will often|can on occasion} appear {because of a|due to a|as a result of|caused by a} network or drive issue {and not|and never|rather than|instead of} {because of|due to|as a result of|as a consequence of} corruption with file itself. To confirm, {you should|you need to|you ought to|you must} run the Verify Data utility, {which is|that is|which can be|that's} {available in|obtainable in|for sale in|accessible in} 'File' menu. Make sure you {click on|click|select|visit} 'Close Company/Logoff' first. In case of corruption issues, QuickBooks reports 'Data has lost integrity' message. If you get this message, {continue to|still|always|carry on and} repair the file.

To repair the file, {you need to|you have to|you should|you'll want to} run Rebuild. But before running this utility, {you are|you're|you might be|you happen to be} suggested {to consider|to think about|to take into account|to take into consideration} these points:

1. If the file is stored {on a|on the|over a|with a} networked drive, copy it {to a|to some|with a|to your} local drive

2. Make sure that no items (Customer Names, Account, etc.) are hidden

You {can now|are now able to|is now able to|can} run the Rebuild utility. It is {available in|obtainable in|for sale in|accessible in} 'File' menu. The utility prompts {you to|you to definitely|one to|that you} backup the affected file.

After running the Rebuild, {you need to|you have to|you should|you'll want to} rerun the Verify Data utility. However, {it should be|it ought to be|it must be|it needs to be} performed post renaming the QuickBooks log () file. This file {is located in|is found in|is situated in|is found} installation folder of QuickBooks.

More Information

 {is a|is really a|can be a|is often a} poorly designed database format, {you might|you may|you could|you could possibly} {end up with|end up getting|end up having|get} no success repairing the file using Rebuild. In such situations, {it is|it's|it really is|it can be} advised {to switch|to change|to modify|to exchange} to third-party QuickBooks Recovery tools. Designed to run powerful, safe, and high-end scanning algorithms, these QuickBooks data entry File Recovery solutions {work as|act as|are|be} a one-hit {solution to|means to fix|treatment for|strategy to}  file corruption problems.

Applies to

• Intuit QuickBooks 2010

• Intuit QuickBooks 2009

• Intuit QuickBooks 2008

• Intuit QuickBooks 2007

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