How To Troubleshoot QuickBooks Error Code 6129?
About QuickBooks Error Code 6129
In the QuickBooks Error Code 6129, the QuickBooks user will not be able to access their company files. In other words, QuickBooks will restrict the user to open the company file in the QuickBooks software. Generally, all the 6000 series errors of QuickBooks are related to the company files issues. The error code, however, will change because of certain reasons. This error mostly comes when there is a network connection issue in your system. You are advised to contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to fix it as soon as possible.
Causes of the QuickBooks Error Code 6129
The following are the causes of the QuickBooks error code 6129:
You might be running the QuickBooks application in a multi-user mode.
There might be a mismatching between the server and the client domain of the QuickBooks application.
It might be possible that the .ND file is damaged or corrupted and that is causing the error.
Any third-party software like antivirus or firewall can cause an interruption in the servers and, hence, results in this error.
An older version of the QuickBooks application can also cause the QuickBooks Error Code 6190.
Indications of the QuickBooks Error Code 6129
Below-given are the indications that help you in identifying the QuickBooks error code 6190:
The main indication of this error is that your computer will start showing you an error message that contains the error code like this: “QuickBooks Error Code 6190 occurred: QuickBooks is unable to open company files. We’re sorry for the inconvenience.”
All of your active windows programs will start crashing down one by one.
Your computer screen will continuously show you the error messages.
The computer screen will start to freeze as soon as the error occurs.
Solutions to Troubleshoot the QuickBooks Error Code 6129
Below-given are the solutions to troubleshoot the QuickBooks error code 6129:
Solution 1: Change the name of the .ND file
Open your QuickBooks application.
Go to the location where all your company files are saved.
Find the .ND file.
Right-click on the .ND file and choose the ‘Rename’ option.
After that, add the .OLD file extension at the end of the file name.
Then, close the programs and check that if you are now able to open the company files or not.
Solution 2: Move the company file to another location
Make a new folder in your QuickBooks application, somewhere different from your basic company file’s folder.
Go to the location where your company files are saved.
Copy the company file that you are facing issues with.
Paste the company file in the newly-created folder.
Try to open your company file from this folder.
With the help of these solutions, you are most likely to resolve the QuickBooks Error Code 6129. However, some users still face issues in resolving various QuickBooks errors. You can contact the QuickBooks Error Support experts who will help you in resolving the error on this number: +1- 877- 349- 3776.
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