Understanding mounting issues in QuickBooks and various methods of recovery

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Perhaps, the only way to get all financial information at your fingertips is to use a reliable, efficient, and easy-to-use accounting software. Intuit QuickBooks provides users with a handful of advanced features and services that make it easy to manage and operate your business from anywhere at anytime. It helps to make the whole accounting process streamlined. It stores all crucial business information in a 'QBW' file. This file can sometimes get corrupt due virus infection, hardware malfunction, abnormal shutdown of the system, etc. As a consequence, you lose access to all the vital information stored in the file. To overcome this problem, you need to go for QuickBooks recovery through a competent third-party utility.  

Let's take a real time scenario. For instance, when you try to access your access your QuickBooks company (or QBW) file, you may encounter the following error message on your screen:  

“QuickBooks is unable to open the company file. (-6000,-107)”

This situation normally occurs when all changes could not be completely written to the transaction log file. As a consequence, there is a mismatch between the company file and the transaction log file.


You can try the following two methods to resolve the issue and recover all your crucial business information from the QBW file:

• Use diagnostics tool: Go to QuickBooks support page for downloading the QuickBooks Company File Diagnostic Tool. Run this utility to check for QBW file corruption. If the utility reports some errors, take the following steps:

      ◦ Use a recent/updated backup to restore all the lost data.
      ◦ Take help of  QuickBooks Technical Support to find out the correct remedy for the above problem.

If the problem still persists, go to the next steps.

Rename QuickBooks file: Try to rename the QuickBooks '.nd' and '.tlg'  files as follows:
Go to 'Start' and select 'Search' to search for the corrupt or affected company file.
Now, right-click '.nd' file that is present in the same folder as the company file and then click 'Rename'.
Rename the file by adding '.old' to the end of the file.
Repeat the above procedure for the '.tlg' file.
Start QuickBooks.

If the above methods are unable to solve the problem, you should take help of a proficient QuickBooks repair tool. These third-party software are capable of performing a precise recovery of the corrupt QBW file using highly robust and advanced repair mechanisms. They can effectively retrieve all information pertaining to company, employees, vendors, customers, etc. Moreover, they are compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000, and NT.  

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