While working with QuickBooks, you can come across QuickBooks Error 99001. There is a number of questions that may arise on your mind including what is QuickBooks Error 990001? How does it exactly error? What are its causes? Lastly, how to resolve this error?
In this article, we are going to highlight all your queries related to these issues.
What is QuickBooks Error code 99001?
At times while opening your company file, you may get one of the following symptoms:
- The error appears on the screen and crashes the active window.
- PC frequently crashes with the error.
- Message Displaying QuickBooks Error 99001 appears.
- Your system starts freezing for a few seconds at a time.
How does QuickBooks Error 99001 exactly appear?
The following message appears when QuickBooks Error code 99001 occurs on your system:
‘QuickBooks is unable to open this company file. It may have been opened by another user. Error: -6073,-99001 QuickBooks is unable to open your company file’.
What are the causes of QuickBooks Error 99001?
There are a few causes of occurrence of this error. They include:
- Your company file is open on another computer in Single User Mode.
- Your file may be located in any read-only network folder of your system.
- Files are hosted on a Linux server and maybe using more than one set of login credentials to sign on the shared folder.
- Your file may be accessed using remote software and the host computer may be still seeing that user is still logged on.
How to Resolve QuickBooks Error issue?
There are a few solutions to QuickBooks Error Code 99001. Given below are a few of the solutions to resolve QuickBooks Error 990001:
Solution 1: QuickBooks File Doctor.
Solution2: Manually resolving this error .
If your company file is open in Single User Mode in another workstation:
- Close QuickBooks Desktop in all systems.
- Open the company file in your Host Computer.
- After that, open the File Menu.
- Select Switch to Multi-User Mode
- Lastly, if the issue persists, reboot your workstations.
If your company file is open in Single User mode on your Host Computer.
- Open File menu.
- Select Close Company.
- Re-open company file and go to File menu.
- Select Open or Restore Company.
- Select the company file on your system.
- Open the file in multi-user mode.
If the company file is located in any read-only network folder.
- Firstly, go to the system hosting your company file.
- Search for the folder where the company file is saved and open it.
- Right-click on the folder to open Properties.
- Go to the Security tab and select user that is having an issue in logging in
- Click Edit.
- Check Allow for full control of your system.
- Finally, select Apply and then click Ok.
If your computer is remotely accessed:
- Firstly, right-click taskbar.
- Choose the Task Manager.
- Go to process tab and check if there are any running processes in the name of the user for the files you are having an issue with.
- If the processes under user, restart your system.
Whom to Contact In Case of Need?
In case you are unable to solve the error using the above steps, you can contact QuickBooks toll-free number. You can also contact Technical Experts and ask your queries. They are ready to be happy. You can also contact Intuit as well as their Customer Service Team and ask for their help.
Hope this article helps you in solving queries related to QuickBooks Error 99001.