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Fix: QuickBooks Error Code -6213, 0


This particular error sometimes occurs when users are updating their company files to a newly released version of QuickBooks Desktop, when opening a company file found on someone else’s computer, or when restoring a backup. The QuickBooks Error Code 6213 appears along the following message:

Connection to the QuickBooks company file happens to be lost.


This error may occur as a result of quite a few reasons such as for instance an innovative new update being incompatible, a broken company file, misconfigured firewall permissions, etc. There are several ways in which you can easily approach the perfect solution is and then we recommend you follow the instructions below one after the other until such time you solve your trouble.

Solution : Use the QuickBooks File Doctor

This tool is currently only obtainable in UK, USA, and Canada and its particular purpose is especially to correct broken company files which have gone corrupt due to a number of different reasons. This solutions is advised if you are updating your organization file to a new type of QuickBooks.

Download the QuickBooks File Doctor to your PC by simply clicking this link.


After the download is completed, double-click on qbfd.exe and follow the on-screen instructions to set up the QuickBooks File Doctor.
The QuickBooks File Doctor will open automatically after installing. If you do not notice it opening, seek out a green wrench icon in your Windows taskbar.
Make use of the drop down list to find your company file (this is based off your last 10 opened companies). Should you not see your company file regarding the list, go through the Browse button and manually locate it to keep.
Select the following option “Both file damage and network connectivity” (If you suspect your organization file is damaged, or you see a 6xxx error (such as -6150, -6000 -82, -6000 -305, -6000 -301, -6147, -6130, or -6213) when you you will need to open your business file (data file problems).


When prompted, enter the Admin password for your company file then click Next.
You will then be prompted to decide on between Host/Server or Workstation. It's important to make certain you select the right option!
If you're running the tool on a workstation (meaning your QuickBooks file is physically not stored/hosted on this machine), then pick Workstation.
If you're running File Doctor on a Server computer (meaning the QuickBooks file is physical stored on this machine), then pick Server. It's also advisable to pick Server if you are the sole user and use QuickBooks on only one computer.


Choose one of the following options, if prompted to fairly share your business file:
Yes: if you're running File Doctor using the pc hosting the business file (only choose this if you are running File Doctor on your own server computer or host computer).
No: If you are running File Doctor on a pc which is not hosting the company file (aka your Workstation).
Hold back until the File Doctor finishes diagnosing.
Note: If you are running the data damage + networking option, you will need to hold back until the tool finishes. Based on whether your file is local or on a network, and file size, it might take a while to complete diagnosing and repairing your data file. The network only mode shouldn’t take any more than a minute or two.
After QuickBooks File Doctor completes repair and diagnosis:
After the tool finishes diagnosis, close File Doctor.
No matter what the results screen, try opening your QuickBooks file again to see in the event that issue is resolved.


 

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