QuickBooks Error 6010 primarily arises when the user attempts to open up the company file, and this error occurs mainly due to the inability of the QB Desktop application to easily access the Internet and other system resources.
The QB Desktop cannot easily access the network if the firewall and other antivirus applications restrict it due to their own incorrect settings.
A detailed explanation, along with effective solutions for this intricate error, are available in this technical blog.
If you want perfect technical support to resolve QuickBooks Error 6010, simply dial 1-855-856-0042 to contact our QB Experts Team.
6010 Error Message in QuickBooks Desktop: Top Factors
The major factors that provoke6010 Error Message in QuickBooks Desktop are as follows:
- Inadvertent deletion of QB registry files from the system and damaged Network Data (‘.ND’ file extension) file can make QB Error 6010 appear on the screen.
- Incomplete or faulty installation of the QB Desktop application on the computer and improper firewall settings can lead to this error on the user’s system very frequently.
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Resolve 6010 Company File Error Code in QB Desktop through These Solutions
The 6010 Company File Error Code in QB Desktop can be easily eradicated through the solutions detailed below:
Solution 1: Close all the QB processes running on the system and then switch to single user-mode in the QB application to eliminate this issue
- Just tap the ‘Ctrl+Alt+Delete’ keys together on your keyboard so that the Windows Task Manager shows up on the screen, and then move straight away to the ‘Processes’ tab on that window to highlight all QB-related processes.
- Thereafter, go to the bottom of the Windows Task Manager window to tap on the ‘End Task’ button, as this will close all QB-related processes, and then you must move out of the Task Manager window to launch the QB Desktop application.
- Next, simply hit the ‘Utilities’ tab provided under the ‘File’ menu so that you can mark the ‘Stop Hosting Multi-User Access’ checkbox on the screen, and then the QB application will operate in the single-user mode.
- You can now successfully access the company file by utilizing the QB Desktop application in single-user mode.
Solution 2: Expunge this technical issue by providing a fresh name to the Network Data (‘.ND’) file on the computer
- Immediately search for the Network Data (‘.ND’ as file extension) file after you have opened up the company file folder, and as soon as you recognize it, you must right-click on that file’s icon to hit the ‘Rename’ option so that you are able to provide it with a fresh name.
- Now, you are only required to put a word like ‘oldkeynum’ to the end of the Network Data file’s name as per this illustration: ‘compnewtab.qbw.nd.oldkeynum’.
- To make sure that the fresh name that you have allotted to the Network Data file is saved, you can tap the ‘Enter’ key, and then you will be able to access the required company file without facing this exasperating error.
QuickBooks Error 6010 will be completely eradicated through the proper implementation of the solutions elucidated above. For more technical support and help, dial 1-855-856-0042 to contact our QB Technical Support Team.
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