QuickBooks error 6000,-832 happens when you open QuickBooks company file. It may also happen when hosting is on or QuickBooks error 6000, 832 may occur when .ND file is not working properly.
What are the reasons for the occurrence of QuickBooks error 6000, -832
- If the hosting is turned On.
- .ND file may not be working properly.
- Company files may be damaged.
What can be done to fix QuickBooks error 6000 832
Method 1: By updating QuickBooks desktop.
- In QuickBooks, reach to the tab of update now.
- Now, you need to make a check for reset update and then click on Get updates.
- Close QuickBooks, after the update of QuickBooks is done.
Method 2: Downloading and running QB file doctor.
- After downloading QuickBooks tool hub from the original intuit website and reaching to your download list.
- In this list, search for Quickbookstoolshub.exe and install this tab by proceeding further as per onscreen steps.
- Now, you have to reach the icon of Quickbooks tool hub and reach under the head of company file issues and run the tool.
Method 3: By renaming the .ND and .TLG files.
- Find the company file location C:\Users\Public\Documents\Intuit\Quickbooks\Company File.
- Search for the files having .ND and .TLG extensions.
- You need to rename these files by adding .OLD at the end of the file.
Method 4: Copying company files to desktop
- You need to make a right click on the desktop screen and then you have to go to the New folder.
- Next, you have to reach the current company file location and select the file and then continue to copy.
- Now, you have to open a new folder and paste the company file here (Ctrl+V).
- Keep hold of Ctrl key unless No company open windows appears.
- Now, you need to open or restore an Existing company file.
Method 5: Restoring the QuickBooks backup file.
- First, you need to close the QuickBooks desktop and keep hold of Ctrl key unless the no company file open window opens.
- Now you have to select the option of Restore a backup copy.
- And to restore the latest backup, you need to follow the onscreen steps.