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Tested Guide to Troubleshoot QuickBooks Abort Error

Tested Guide to Troubleshoot QuickBooks Abort Error

QuickBooks is trusted by small and medium-sized businesses for their accounting needs. But, in certain instances, the users come across technical glitches that annoy them, like QuickBooks abort error that appears while performing some specific operations in QuickBooks. Any data damage in the QuickBooks company file is one of the prominent causes of the abort error in QuickBooks. When the error triggers, a warning message appears on the screen displaying, “The connection to the company file has been lost. QuickBooks must close immediately. Any unsaved data will be re-entered.” Read the blog until the end for complete insights on the QuickBooks Desktop abort error.

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What are the factors leading to the QuickBooks Desktop abort error?

Here are some prominent causes that give abort error message:

  1. Damaged or corrupted QBWUSER.ini creates an issue hosting the company file.
  2. Installation of QuickBooks Desktop is faulty or not completed properly.

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Effective Methods to Rectify QuickBooks Connection has been lost abort error

Method 1. Verify and Rebuild the QuickBooks company file to fix abort error

  1. In QuickBooks Desktop, go to the File menu and choose Utilities.
  2. Select the Verify Data option and click the OK button.
  3. If there are any data issues, rebuild the company file.
  4. Select the File menu again, click Utilities and then Rebuild Data.

Method 2. Install QuickBooks Tool Hub on your computer and run File Doctor

  1. Close all open company files, exit the QuickBooks Desktop application and go to Intuit’s official website.
  2. From there, download the setup file of the latest QuickBooks Tool Hub version and save it to Windows Desktop for easy access.
  3. Open the QuickBooksToolHub.exe file, implement the instructions given on the screen, and agree to the terms and conditions.
  4. When the QuickBooks Tool Hub installs completely, open it and go to the Company File Issues tab.
  5. Select Run QuickBooks File Doctor, choose your company file from the drop-down and mark the Check your File option.
  6. Next, select Continue, enter login credentials and click Next.

Method 3. Try updating QuickBooks software to the recent release

  1. Close all opened company files, exit the QuickBooks Desktop application and click the Windows icon.
  2. From the Start menu, locate the QuickBooks icon and right-click it.
  3. Choose the Run as administrator option and QuickBooks will open up showing the No Company Open screen.
  4. Click the Help menu, choose Update QuickBooks Desktop and select the Options tab.
  5. Choose Mark All, click the Save button and move to the Update Now tab.
  6. Click to checkmark the Reset Update checkbox and then select Get Updates to download the update.
  7. Finish the update process, reopen QuickBooks and accept the prompt to install the update.

Hopefully, the troubleshooting solutions we discussed above will help you tackle the QuickBooks abort error. If implementing them doesn’t help you fix it, connect with the certified QuickBooks expert’s team by calling us on our toll-free number 1-855-856-0042 for direct assistance.

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