Get Rid Of QuickBooks Error 6000 83 Once And For All
Quickbooks error 6000 83
As a QuickBooks user, have you ever come across QuickBooks error 6000 83? If, fortunately, your answer is no, then let us inform you that it is among the 6xxx series errors and usually takes place when a user tries to connect to the .QBW company file, stored on the server at a different location, directly from one of the workstations. The error code 6000 83 pops up on the user’s computer screen with an error message stating, “An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to access the company file. Please try again.” There can be a number of reasons prompting the multi-user error 6000 83 that we intend to discuss with you, alongside the troubleshooting solutions through this post.
Want to get rid of QuickBooks error 6000 83 without going through any tiresome troubleshooting solutions? If yes, feel free to speak to our QuickBooks support team at this toll-free number 800-583-0572.
What causes the error 6000 83 in QuickBooks Desktop? The followings are the reasons that usually cause the error 6000 83 in QuickBooks Desktop:
The user accidentally sets more than one system to be the server to host the company file in the multi-user mode of QuickBooks.
There are some issues with the .QBW company file.
What should you do to rectify QuickBooks error 6000 83? Solution 1) Manually correct the multi-user hosting settings of QuickBooks Desktop
Open QuickBooks Desktop on any workstations where you see the multi-user error 6000 83.
Go to the File menu (located at the top menu bar of the window).
In the drop-down menu, hover over the Utilities option.
If you see the Stop Hosting Multi-User Access option in the Utilities side menu, select it.
If you see the Host Multi-User Access option in the Utilities side menu, ignore it.
Repeat the steps mentioned above in the same manner on all of your workstations.
Solution 2) Use the QuickBooks File Doctor tool to fix the company file’s issues
Download the most recent version (220.127.116.11) of QuickBooks Tool Hub and save the downloaded file on your Windows desktop.
Click on the downloaded file (QuickBooksToolHub.exe) and do as per the instructions displayed on your computer screen.
Finish the installation of QuickBooks Tool Hub by agreeing to the terms and conditions.
Open QuickBooks Tool Hub and select the Company File Issues tab.
Click on the Run QuickBooks File Doctor button and then select the Browse and search option to find and choose the company file.
Choose the Check your file option and then click on the Continue button.
Type in the admin password of QuickBooks and then click on the “Next” button.
Conclusion: If QuickBooks error 6000 83 persists even after following both the troubleshooting solutions mentioned in the post above, then the company file might have been damaged. Therefore, we suggest you restore the backup company file in QuickBooks Desktop and see if this fixes the error. For additional troubleshooting assistance to rectify the multi-user error 6000 83, contact our QuickBooks professionals at 800-583-0572.