What is QuickBooks error 6144 82? Solutions Simply Answered

Are you receiving QuickBooks error message code 6144 82? If yes, then it indicates that .ND and .TLG configuration files of QuickBooks that allow users to access the multi-user network are damage. The QuickBooks enterprise error 6144 82 mostly appears while trying to open the company file in the QuickBooks desktop application. The QuickBooks user gets QuickBooks error message 6144 82 when the software is unable to access the data file or uses the wrong path to open it. Continue reading the blog to know about QuickBooks error 6144 82, its causes and solutions.

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What leads to QuickBooks error code 6144 82?

The error occurs due to the following reasons:

  • QuickBooks desktop version is no longer supported.
  • The Multi-User network is not set up correctly.
  • Some background processes interfering with the QuickBooks.
  • The QuickBooks company file is damaged or corrupted.

Let us walk you through the troubleshooting procedure in order to resolve the error.

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Quick Troubleshooting Methods to Tackle QuickBooks error 6144 82

Following are the most effective troubleshooting steps to fix the problem:

Method 1. Repair QuickBooks to fix the damage

Before running the repair tool, we suggest taking a backup of the company file using the steps given below:

  • Open QuickBooks and go to the File menu.
  • Choose Switch to Single-user Mode.
  • Once again, click on the File menu and hover over Back up Company.
  • Next, select Create Local Backup.
  • Choose Local Backup and then click Next.
  • From the Local Backup Only section, select Browse and choose where you want to save your backup company file.
  • You can also set the number of backups you want to keep.
  • Click OK and then Save it now.
    Now, run the repair tool
  • Restart your workstation.
  • Click on the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  • Choose Programs and Features, then Uninstall a Program.
  • Select QuickBooks from the list of Programs and then Uninstall/Change.
  • Click Continue and then Next.
  • Select Repair, then Next.
  • Once it’s done, click Finish

If you still get the same error, go to method 2.

Method 2. Update QuickBooks

The steps given below will help you update the software manually:

  • Exit QuickBooks.
  • Open the Windows Start menu.
  • Search for QuickBooks Desktop.
  • Right-click the icon and choose Run as administrator.
  • When the No Company Open screen appears, click on the Help menu and select Update QuickBooks Desktop.
  • Move to the Options tab.
  • Choose Mark All and then select Save.
  • Click on the Update Now tab and mark the Reset Update checkbox.
  • Click Get Updates.

If the error continues, move on to the next method.

Method 3. Use Quick Fix my Program

The tool will end up all background processes that QuickBooks uses. To run Quick Fix my Program, download and install QuickBooks Tool Hub on your computer:

  • Close QuickBooks desktop application.
  • Download the QuickBooks Tool Hub on your workstation.
  • Move to Downloads.
  • After that, open the QuickBooksToolHub.exe file.
  • Install the tool hub by following the prompt steps.
  • Further, agree to the terms and conditions.
  • When the install finishes, the QuickBooks Tool Hub icon will appear on the desktop.
  • Open the tool hub.
  • Choose the Program Problems tab.
  • Click Quick Fix my Program.

If the error persists, proceed to the next method.

Method 4. Recover the damaged file

Use the original .TLG file with .QBW. adr file to recover lost or damaged data:

  • Move to your desktop and create a new folder.
  • Name it as QBTest.
  • Open the folder containing the company file.
  • Search for the company file with .tlg extension.
  • Copy the file and paste it to the new folder you created.
  • Open the QuickBooksAutoDataRecovery folder.
  • Now, copy the .QBW.adr file and paste it to the QBTest folder.
  • Right-click the .QBW.adr file and choose Rename.
  • Remove .adr from the end of the filename.
  • Open QuickBooks and then open the company file from the QBTest folder.
  • Click on the File menu and select Utilities.
  • Check the data integrity of the recovered file with Verify Data.
  • If the new company file is good, copy the file from QBTest folder to the original location.

That’s all about QuickBooks error 6144 82. We hope you find the article informative. If the problem persists, get in touch with the QuickBooks technical support team by calling us on our toll-free number +1 800-579-9430.

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