As, the software is designed using various codes and algorithms, there are occasions when it may malfunction due to any technical error. One such technical error is QuickBooks error 6130. QuickBooks accounting software was designed to assist small and medium organizations with all their accounts and financial needs.
QuickBooks Error 6130
You will generally encounter this QuickBooks error while opening a company file. You will see the following error message displayed on your computer screen.
“QuickBooks Error: -6130, 0 is trying to access the company file, but cannot contact the database.”
The Causes which are Responsible for this QuickBooks Error 6130
- Damaged company file.
- Another user accessing this file.
- Issues with the firewall and antivirus installed in the system.
Resolution for QuickBooks Error 6130, 0
Intuit experts have suggested a few methods to resolve QuickBooks error 6130-0.
Solution I: QuickBooks File Doctor Tool
Though this is not a permanent fix and most of the time the software download ends up damaging your QuickBooks files, thus it is recommended not to download the program with utmost care:
- Log in to your system as the Administrator.
- Download and install the QuickBooks File Doctor Tool in your system.
- Run this repair tool in your system. It will automatically resolve your errors.
Warning: Create a backup of your files and store it in the "C" drive within QuickBooks files. This will help you to automatically pick up the data at the time of any damage.
Solution II: Rename the .TLG File
- From your keyboard, hold the Windows+ E key to open Windows Explorer.
- Browse to the folder which contains your company file.
- Locate the transaction for the log file. That file has a similar name to your company file, but it ends with the .tlg extension.
- Right-click on the transaction file and Rename.
- Create a new name for the file, like TLG.
- Open the company data file now and create a QuickBooks backup.
Note: Do not delete the transaction log file (.tlg). It is often used to not recover lost data.
Solution III: QuickBooks Database Manager
When you are unable to open your data file and your database manager service stops functioning, try rebooting your system. Restore the recent backup for this file. By restoring this backup file, you will resolve the error.
Ensure your QuickBooks Database Manager is running, before creating a backup:
- Go to the My Computer and right-click on it.
- Select the Manage option.
- The Computer Management window will be opened on your screen.
- Click on the Services and Applications option.
- Select Services. You can now see all the services displayed as a list in alphabetical on your screen.
- Right-click on the QuickBooks DB service from the service list which is applicable for your QuickBooks version.
- QuickBooksDB – for QuickBooks 2006
- QuickBooksDB17 – for QuickBooks 2007
- QuickBooksDB18 – for QuickBooks 2008
- QuickBooksDB19 – for QuickBooks 2009
- QuickBooksDB20 – for QuickBooks 2010
- QuickBooksDB21 – for QuickBooks 2011
- QuickBooksDB22 – for QuickBooks 2012
- QuickBooksDB23 – for QuickBooks 2013
- Select Properties from the menu.
- On the General Tab, Start button.
- A Service Control window will open and start the service and close.
- Now restore your backup into a new file. Do not overwrite a previous file.
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