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When opening the company files, QuickBooks may give the error code 6000, 80. It has to do with corruption in the company files. To get an in-depth insight into the various troubleshooting methods to get this error fixed, make sure to read this article completely. But before, taking a direct leap onto the solutions to fix QuickBooks Error 6000 80, let us first go through the various cause that may lead to this error.

Causes of QuickBooks Error Message 6000 80

There could be a number of causes for QuickBooks Error Code 6000 80. These include: 

  • corrupted QuickBooks company data file.

  • Subpar Internet connectivity.

  • If the QuickBooks Company data file(s) are hosted by multiple systems.

  • If the server cannot be reached by the QB software or if the data is converted or restored across the network.

  • Problems within the Windows registry.

  • Incorrect or incomplete QuickBooks installation.

  • Company (.qbw) files may be damaged.

How can I fix QuickBooks Error code 6000 80?

It is possible to fix QuickBooks Error Code 6000, 80 in a number of different ways. Follow the steps listed below to resolve this problem permanently on your system. 

Fix 1: Run the QuickBooks Connection Diagnostic tool

  • Start by downloading the QuickBooks Connection Diagnostic tool and running the tool.

  • Afterwards, run Connection Diagnostic tool, and let the tool diagnose any connectivity issues in the system.

  • Once done, try to open the company file once again

Fix 2: Using QuickBooks Install Diagnostic Tool

  • Follow up by running the tool as an admin.

  • Use the scan tab in the tool to diagnose any installation issue related to QuickBooks.

  • Subsequently, hit on Fix now for fixing any technical issues related to the QuickBooks installation.

  • Follow up with a system restart and then run QuickBooks Desktop again.

  • Try gaining access to the company file to make sure Error 6000, 80 has been rooted out.

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