Tips to Fix Data Import Problems Encountered while using QuickBooks Application

People who start their own small businesses usually don't have a prior knowledge and experience on how to organize their financial accounting information efficiently. QuickBooks accounting software developed by Intuit inc. provided relief to these small business accountants. It also benefited professional accountants as its subsequent releases incorporated much more advanced features including audit trial capabilities, double entry accounting functions etc. But people have encountered problems while using this software. A QuickBooks database (or .qbw) file may become corrupt due to various reasons, such as QuickBooks application bugs, header corruption in a QBW file, operating system errors etc. This would make all the information stored inside the QBW file inaccessible. In such situations, you may perform QuickBooks repair by using a reliable third party utility.

For instance, when you import some data from QuickBooks to Office Accounting, you may receive the following error message:

“Retrieving the COM class factory for component CLSID {FC3C4882-C13E-46E7-96F1-CEE313320787} failed due to the following error: 80040154.”

This error is caused due to an incomplete installation of QuickBooks. The QuickBooks installation may not have included the API that is used by Snap Schedule application to access data within QuickBooks.

This may prevent you from accessing the important accounting information stored inside your QuickBooks database file. In such cases, you may use a backup to perform QuickBooks recovery. If you do not have an updated backup, you can follow below mentioned resolution steps.


Try to install QBFC 7.0 library on a system that contains both the Snap Schedule and QuickBooks applications.

If the problem still persists, your QBW file may be corrupt. In such circumstances, to repair QuickBooks file, you should use a third party recovery software. These software repair your corrupt QBW file keeping the integrity of data intact. 

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