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QuickBooks Error -6189, 816 when opening up a company file

by Steve M. QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor

In this post we have discussed about the QuickBooks most common error code -6189, 816. This error message generally occurs when a user aim to open the company file, the following message occurs on your desktop screen:

"An error happens when QuickBooks tried to access the company file (-6189, -816)"

How to Fix QuickBooks Error -6189, 816

Below we have shared few quick troubleshooting steps to fix QuickBooks Error Code -6189, 816. Please read carefully these steps and apply carefully to permanently resolve this error.

 

Solution Number 1:

·         First of all Restart your computer and your server

·         Then Restart each computer that has access to your company file.

·         If your data is on a web server, restart the web server

·         Now open the company file.

·         Check your error is resolved or not. If you still see the error, continue to solution 2.

 

Solution Number 2:

·         Firstly Install the QuickBooks Database Manager on your web server.

·         Install the Database Manager If you don't see the QuickBooks DB (database) user,

·         You need to see: Install Update and also Set-up the QuickBooks Database Server Manager.

·         Finally restart your server when the installation is finished.

·         Your error 6189 will no longer after applying these troubleshooting steps.

 

Hopefully, these steps will certainly assist you to fix QuickBooks Error Code -6189, -816. If the same error persists after that don’t fret as well as dial immediately QuickBooks Error Support Number 1800-880-6389 for instant aid. The support team is very polite and also extremely experienced also fix your QuickBooks Error quickly.


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