Why QuickBooks Won’t Open ?

QuickBooks Not Responding and User Unable to Open Company File

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WHY QUICKBOOKS WOULDN’T OPEN: QuickBooks is the accounting software that contains advanced tools as well as features which help to manage tasks and problem for the small and medium-sized business. Quickbooks enhance the accounting process fast and under the complete track. However, sometimes it gets with error or message QuickBooks couldn’t open your company file. This error mainly persists when users try to opt the wrong method while opening QuickBooks and related files. It’s easy to handle tools and online customers care support easily helps you by resolving the persisting issues/error. While QB Enterprise user can face this problem due to SYNC or User locked issue dial QuickBooks Enterprise Phone Number to fix.

Causes QB Not Responding Error

☒ Due to not proper access/permissions or encrypted data within the file.
☒ It is due to the damage to the company file at the last session of the program.
☒ Corrupted supply of power while working with QuickBooks or turn off the computer without closing out QuickBooks.
☒ It is also due to some network or hardware problem.
☒ Use double clicks in a repeating way while opening QuickBooks also prevent it from opening properly.
☒ Due to the presence of older version or use of incorrect QuickBooks version.

Steps To Resolve Qb Not Open Problem

First of all close QBW32.exe process by click start task manager, then locate and select QBW.EXE. after that click OK to end.
Then suppress QuickBooks application by using the Ctrl key.
Then again, you need to restart your PC, then again open your QuickBooks.
Now you need to again make a Re-register of QuickBooks related component in Window by running ‘Reboot.bat.’ in order to get registered.DLL and OCX files.
You can repair your QuickBooks installation which helps you in replacing your damaged install file.

Answered on September 6, 2018.
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