QuickBooks can be accessed in multi-user mode, where you can host the QuickBooks company file on a server, and multiple users can use it on the network. When a workstation attempts to open the company file in the network and the file is not available or corrupt on the server, QuickBooks Error Code 6130 is seen. QuickBooks also shows an error: “QuickBooks is attempting to open the QuickBooks company file but cannot contact the database server. Error 6130 can affect your system performance adversely, and if proper troubleshooting is not administered, you may lose your crucial QuickBooks company file data. In this blog, we are going to guide you to help you rectify this particular error code quickly.
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Relevant Solutions to Troubleshoot QuickBooks Error Code 6130
Below we have mentioned some solutions that have successfully helped the users resolve QuickBooks error code 6130.
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Solution 1: Fix Damaged Network and QuickBooks Company File Error
QuickBooks File Doctor is a utility that identifies the issues in the QuickBooks company file and the network setup and rectifies them to fix errors that result from general glitches in the company file and the network.
- First, you need to download and install QuickBooks Tool Hub if you do not already have it on your system and launch it using the desktop shortcut icon.
- Now navigate to the Company File Issues tab and select Run QuickBooks, File Doctor.
- Next, select your QuickBooks company file in the File Doctor.
- Select the Check your File (recommended) option and tap on Continue.
- Also, note that QuickBooks File Doctor will not automatically repair the company file and network damage.
Solution 2: Rename.ND (Network Data) and . TLG (Transaction Log) File to Rectify the Error
If the error is caused by corrupt network data and transaction log files, renaming them will force QuickBooks to create new corruption-free files, which can help resolve the issue.
- First, from Windows File Manager, navigate to the QuickBooks installation folder.
- Usually, you can find the folder at C:\ Users\Public \Public Documents \Intuit\ QuickBooks\.
- Now look for the files with the same name as your company file but with ND and . TLG extensions.
- Next, right-click the file and choose Rename.
- Further, add.OLD at the end of the file name, e.g. (CompanyFileOLD.TLG and CompanyFileOLD.ND).
- Lastly, save the file name and open QuickBooks again to access your company file.
Solution 3: Utilize Disk Cleanup Tool to Clear Out System Junk to Resolve QuickBooks Error Message 613
When the accumulation of excessive system junk prompts QuickBooks 6130 error, eliminate it through these steps:
- First, open the run window (Windows + R) or the Start tab and type Command in the search box.
- Also, Ensure not to press Enter after doing so.
- Now, press Ctrl + Shift keys followed by Enter, and a permission dialog box will appear where you should tap Yes.
- Now, you need to type and enter Cleanmgr, disk. Cleanup Tool will check the space covered by the temporary files and folders and allow you to remove them.
- Your process will be completed by choosing the boxes to clean and hitting Ok.
We will conclude the article here, and we hope that the above-mentioned solutions helped you resolve QuickBooks error 6130. In any case, if the error is not resolved completely, do not panic. Our technical team can help you; just dial us at +1(855)-738-0359.
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