How to Fix QuickBooks Abort Error in Easy Steps (Updated Steps) [sg_popup id=4743]

QuickBooks helps you to keep a track of your day to day business transactions and also it helps to manage sales and track your expenses. QuickBooks is also helpful in generating reports with much ease. QuickBooks has a user-friendly interface but it is also prone to some errors. These nasty errors can find their way somehow in this safe defense software. QuickBooks abort error also tend to affect your work with the QuickBooks. 

You might have several questions regarding QuickBooks abort error. This article will help you to find the causes and solutions to this error. To get the complete information about QuickBooks abort error. Stay tuned till the end. 

What is QuickBooks Abort Error

QuickBooks Abort Error

To define, It is an error that damages the QBWUSER.INI file. This error results in an unexpected crash of the QuickBooks during the saving process. Due to this frequent crashing , QuickBooks generally stops working. Sometimes too heavy transactions can also result in the QuickBooks abort error.

What are the factors resulting in QuickBooks Abort Error?

  • QBWUSER.INI file is damaged.
  • Antivirus can result in issues with the QuickBooks. 
  • Multiple QuickBooks versions present in the system.
  • Firewall may not be correctly configured.
  • The user might have interfered with the save process accidentally. 
  • Interruption in the flow of data between the storage locations. 
  • The hard drive might be corrupted.
  • Windows operating systems may be corrupt.

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What are the ways to get QuickBooks abort error resolved?

Solution 1: Using QuickBooks file doctor tool. 

Using QuickBooks file doctor tool
  • For using QuickBooks file doctor tool to fix QuickBooks abort error,  you must download the QuickBooks tool hub.
  • Install the tool hub in the system.
  • Open the QuickBooks tool hub. 
  • Reach the Company file issues followed by choosing QuickBooks file doctor tool. 
  • Let the tool fix the issue. 

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Solution 2: Checking QuickBooks status

Checking QuickBooks status
  • This procedure is quite simple. You need to reach the file menu in the QuickBooks.
  • Reach the utilities option 
  • From here, move to the stop hosting option to multi-user access.
  • You need to open the company file that is required. 
  • Now, check the box labeled as Open File in Multi-User mode. 

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Solution 3: Renaming the QBWUSER.INI file

 Renaming the QBWUSER.INI file
  • To begin with you need to enable the hidden folders where the QBWUSER.INI file is saved.
  • Move to the Location:\ [user name]\AppData\Intuit\QuickBooks[year]\
  • Now move to the rename option and add .old at the end of the file name. 
  • You need to also rename the .ecml file and once this step is over, open the file.

Solution 4: Reinstalling and performing clean install. 

  • From the control panel, you need to uninstall QuickBooks.
  • Perform a clean install using QuickBooks clean install utility. 
  • Once this is done, reinstall the QuickBooks. 
Reinstalling and performing clean install

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Solution 5: Creating a new window admin user. 

  • Open the run command.
  • Type the  control panel.
  • Click OK and reach the control panel settings. 
  • Select User Accounts and then select Manage another account. 
  • Select Create new account.
  • Type the user name followed by selecting Administrator and Click Create. 

Wrap Up!!
 

I am positive the methods discussed above were helpful in getting rid of QuickBooks abort error. If you are still stuck on this error, feel free to connect with the experts QuickBooks Support QBS Solved at +1(888) 910 1619.. Our team is available to help you thoroughly with fixation of QuickBooks related issues. 

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