Resolving QuickBooks Error 6190
First of all, if you are going to make any changes to the QuickBooks software, keep in mind to make a backup of the QuickBooks company files. This will help you to recover the QuickBooks data. After that, apply the following solutions to get rid of QuickBooks error code 6190.
Solution 1: Utilize the QuickBooks File Doctor Tool
Firstly, you are required to download and install the QuickBooks file doctor tool.
After that, access the file tool.
You should keep in mind to log in as an admin.
And then, you will get two options: Both Network connectivity and file harm & network connectivity only.
Choose the first option to correct the corrupted and damaged files.
After that, you need to type the admin password.
Then, you have to choose the company file is on the workstation or server.
Choose Yes when you are utilizing the company documents on the server and click on No in case of the workstation.
Finally, click on Continue.
Solution 2: Correct the Errors
If you are getting the same error code 6190 frequently, then you should try to resolve the error code. You should keep in mind that the PC is in the same place where the company files have been saved. The steps have been listed below:
Firstly, you need to launch the company files.
After that, look for the company file with the extension .qbw.ND and add .OLD at the end of the company file name.
Next, right-click on the company files.
Click on Rename.
You have to rename the transaction log file with .TLG file extension.
Click on Exit to shut down the window.
Finally, launch QuickBooks.
Solution 3: Utilize QuickBooks Refresher tool
First of all, you are required to shut down the QuickBooks desktop on all PCs.
And then, download and install the QuickBooks refresher tool from the official website of Intuit.
You are required to look for the qbrefresherv1.exe file and launch it.
Choose Fix my QuickBooks.
Wait till the diagnosing process gets finished.
Finally, open the QuickBooks desktop.
Solution 4: Update the Windows
Firstly, choose the Start option.
After that, you are required to choose the settings and click on Update and Security.
Choose the Windows Update tab.
And then, choose Check for updates. It will start updating Windows automatically only when updates available.
Finally, re-install the QuickBooks desktop again.
Solution 5: Check Single User Mode
Firstly, you need to log out of the QuickBooks data file.
After that, restart all the PCs.
You have to copy the data file and paste it on the desktop.
Next, you have to copy the data file again and paste it on the original location.
Finally, you will be able to sign in to QuickBooks.