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How to Troubleshoot QuickBooks Error Code 6123, 0?

by Amelia Smith accounting and Bookkeeping

Did you encounter QuickBooks Error Code 6123, 0? Well, don’t worry as we have brought you this blog to help you eliminate this error. In this section, we will tell you the easy DIY steps to troubleshoot this error. Before jumping on that let’s have a look at what this error is. The QuickBooks Error code 6123, 0 usually occurs while restoring a company file. Another reason for the occurrence of this error is opening a company file in multi-user mode. The error that pops up along with this error states that there is a “Problem connecting to Server”. Also, an error message appears saying: Error: -6123, 0: We’re sorry, but QuickBooks can’t open your company file. We recommend you go through this whole section to understand the methods to resolve this error. However, if you are short on time you can contact our customer support team to resolve this issue for you. To contact our team, dial our toll-free number +1-800-910-3136.

Steps to fix QuickBooks Error Code 6123, 0:

After knowing the different causes that can cause this error, you need to know the different methods that can help you get rid of QuickBooks error message 6123, 0.

Method 1: Rename the company file or remove special characters from the name

Many times, problems arise if the company file name has special characters in the name or the file name exceeds the specified limit. Therefore, you must ensure that:

·       The company file name must not exceed 30 characters.

·       Additionally, it should not contain any type of special characters or spaces in the file name.

Method 2: Rename .ND and .TLG files

·       First, you need to open the folder containing the company files.

·       Then select the corresponding. ND file.

·       Next, right-click on the company file and then click on the Rename option.

·       Also rename the. ND file to .ND.OLD

·       Then select the. TLG file and rename it the same way you rename the Network (.ND) file.

·       Now rename it to.TLG.OLD.

·       Finally, make sure to open the QuickBooks company file. 

Method 4: Create a new Windows user

·       Open Control Panel and click on the Create new user option in the User icon.

·       Next, select administrator for the user type.

·       Immediately after that, disconnect from the existing one.

·       Next is to reboot the system and then log in with the new user's credentials.

·       Now move the company file to the desktop. 

·       Finally, open QuickBooks and navigate to the company file.

Conclusion:

We hope that after reading this blog you can now able to tackle this issue on your own. The DIY steps mentioned in this blog are practically proven effective by industry experts. If you have little technical knowledge you can easily resolve QuickBooks Error Code 6123, 0 yourself. However, in case you face any problem while applying these steps you can contact our QuickBooks support team. Our support team will help you to resolve this issue instantly and provide your assistance immediately. To reach out to our experts dial our toll-free number +1-800-910-3136.


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About Amelia Smith Advanced   accounting and Bookkeeping

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