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QuickBooks Company File Not Found | Resolve Easily

QuickBooks Company File Not Found | Resolve Easily

You can access your company’s files whether they are kept locally on your computer or on the server computer using the QuickBooks software. However, occasionally you could encounter access issues and receive a QuickBooks Company File Not Found warning. It typically occurs when your company’s files were accidentally removed, transferred, or renamed. It can also happen if the path where your files are stored is not connected to your computer. To deal with this problem, you can put the troubleshooting techniques described in this article into action after reading it through to the conclusion, depending on how you access your files.

Call +1 800-579-9430 to speak with a member of our technical staff if you require immediate assistance finding your QuickBooks company file.

What causes QuickBooks to fail to find the company file you’re trying to access?

QuickBooks cannot locate your company file for a variety of reasons, including:-

  • Your company files may have been renamed or transferred to a different location.
  • Your company’s files could have been accidentally erased.
  • It’s possible that your computer isn’t connected to the network where your company’s files are kept.

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What should be done if QuickBooks cannot locate company files?

Depending on how you are attempting to access your company file, you can use one of the two troubleshooting techniques listed below:-

Follow these procedures to fix the issue if you are attempting to access company files via a network:-

  • Making sure your PC is linked to the network or your server computer is the first step.
  • Use the ping command on your QuickBooks software to contact your server computer.
  • If you can see a response to each packet, your computer is linked to the network; otherwise, if there is a packet loss or a slow response, your computer is not connected to the network, and you need to get in touch with an IT professional to have your network evaluated.
  • Search for your company files on your server computer and make a note of where they are after making sure your computer is connected to the network. When searching for various company files (.qbw, .qbb, .qba, .qbx, .qby), be sure to use the asterisk(*) sign before the file type to make the search more precise.
  • Open a company file now by selecting the option to open or restore a company in the File menu of your QuickBooks desktop application.
  • Use the same location that you noted earlier to access your company’s files.

Follow these procedures to fix the issue if you are attempting to access locally stored company files:-

  • Simply conduct a computer search for your company’s files and make a note of their location. When searching for various company files (.qbw, .qbb, .qba, .qbx, .qby), be sure to use the asterisk(*) sign before the file type to make the search more precise.
  • Open a company file now by selecting the option to open or restore a company in the File menu of your QuickBooks desktop application.
  • Use the same location that you noted earlier to access your company’s files.

When you receive the notice QuickBooks Company File not Found, you can take this action. Always exercise caution while handling company files; make sure you don’t transfer, destroy, or rename them to avoid such issues. Get quick help from our technical staff at +1 800-579-9430 if the problem persists even after you’ve followed the troubleshooting instructions in this article.

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