Easy Guidelines to Troubleshoot QuickBooks Error 6150

QuickBooks users must be aware of the significance of the data file. It contains the entire crucial financial information of a business. However, multiple issues can trigger when dealing with the company file. The warning message, “We’re sorry. QuickBooks could not open your company file,” comes up when a user encounters QuickBooks error 6150. You come across the issue when you are unable to create and access the company file. Besides, it also arises while you are working on it. In this article, you are going to acquire detailed info on the company file error 6150.

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What Triggers the Error Code 6150 in QuickBooks Desktop?

Are you wondering what could be the reason for repeatedly receiving the error message 6150? Read the points mentioned below-

  • The crucial data of QuickBooks has been corrupted or lost.
  • The CryptoWall virus in your Windows desktop restricts you from accessing the QuickBooks company file.

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How to Troubleshoot the Company File Error 6150?

Below are two solutions to debug the error 6150 in QuickBooks completely-

SOLUTION 1: Bring Back a Backup of your Data File
  • Run your QuickBooks Desktop and select the ‘File’ menu.
  • Hit ‘Open or Restore Company’ and choose ‘Restore a backup copy’.
  • Click ‘Next’ and then tap ‘Local Backup’.
  • Click on the ‘Next’ option.
  • Now, go to ‘My Computer’ or ‘The PC’ and search for the backup company file. It will have the .qbb extension.
  • Save your restored company file in a folder and click ‘Open’.
  • At last, choose the ‘Save’ option.

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SOLUTION 2: Recover all the Essential Data With the Help of QuickBooks Auto Data Recovery
  • On your Windows desktop and make a new folder. Name it as per your convenience.
  • Go to your QuickBooks company file folder.
  • In the same folder, locate the file that has a .tlg extension and similar name as your company file.
  • Now, copy the .tlg file and paste it to the new folder created.
  • Move to the ‘QuickBooksAutoDataRecovery’ folder to copy-paste the .QBW.adr file to the new folder.
  • Next, on the new folder, right-click on the .QBW.adr file and select the ‘Rename’ option.
  • Remove the ‘.adr’ word and hit ‘Enter’ to save the changes.
  • Move to the company file you stored in the new folder.
  • Run QuickBooks and choose the ‘File’ menu.
  • Click ‘Utilities’ and select the ‘Verify Data’ option.

As we conclude our article on QuickBooks error 6150, we hope the given troubleshooting methods have helped you to get rid of the issue successfully. Make sure to follow these experimented solutions carefully. You must also check for the CryptoWall virus as it can restrict you from accessing the QuickBooks Desktop. In case the problem does not go away, immediately dial 1.800.579.0391 and speak to one of our certified QuickBooks experts.