QuickBooks error -6010 -100

QuickBooks error -6010 -100

Issue : Error -6000,-100 while opening or installing QuickBooks.

-6010, -100

Cause : this error can occur in a number of different situations.

  • The .ND file gets damaged.
  • NOD32 Antivirus Software.
  • registry issue of computer.

How to Fix this Error -6000,-100

There can be more than one solution to to this problem. if the 1st solution dosent help then continue with 2nd, 3rd, 4th & then 5th.

Solution 1: toggle the hosting mode.

File-Utilities-stop hosting multi-user mode.

once done try opening QuickBooks, If you continue to get the same error proceed with solution 2

Solution 2: rename .nd file.

Locate the .nd files with the name of the company having trouble opening & rename it to something else & try opening QuickBooks.

If you continue to get the same error proceed with solution 3.

Solution 3: (only if you are running NOD32 Antivirus Software)

Open NOD32 antivirus & disable IMON functionality. once done restart the computer & & open QuickBooks.

If you continue to get the same error proceed with solution 4.

Solution 4: run reboot.bat.

Open the folder containing the reboot.bat file:

  • Windows 8, 7 or Vista:

Right-click the QuickBooks icon on your desktop and select Properties.

Click Open file location.

  • Window XP:

Right-click the QuickBooks icon on your desktop and select Properties.

Click Find Target.

Right-click on reboot.bat and choose Run as Administrator.  Note: This step is important, you need to run reboot.bat as Admin.

Check to see if this resolves the issue.  If not, reboot your computer.

If you continue to get the same error proceed with solution 4

Solution 5: Go for a clean install.

Note: Before going for a clean install make sure that the file is not damaged by opening a sample file. If you continue to get the same error -6010 -100 while opening sample time too then proceed with clean install & if the sample file is opening fine it means that its a data problem & you need to contact data service.

Hope this article will be help you to troubleshoot such issues.

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