December 3rd, 2022
QuickBooks Error 6000 82 shows up when you try to open or edit your company file(s). Most of the time, this error shows up in case of problems with the network or company files. This article contains all the information you need to know to fix QuickBooks error 6000 82. But let's first throw some light on the different causes leading to this error. Following that section, we will elaborately discuss the different troubleshooting approaches to troubleshoot this QuickBooks error.
• Your QuickBooks company file got corrupted.
• The file path you are using is wrong.
• An erroneous network setting may cause this issue.
• Unnecessary blank spaces in the company file name may also lead to this error.
Updated solutions to troubleshoot QuickBooks Error 6000, 82
Perform the solutions given below to fix this error in QuickBooks.
Solution 1: Getting rid of blank spaces in the company file name
• Shut down QuickBooks Desktop on all devices that are connected.
• Right-click on the company file and choose Rename. Open the folder where the company file is placed.
• While renaming the file, make sure there are no spaces between the file extension and the new name.
• Open QuickBooks again to see if the Error 6000, 82 is still there.
Solution 2: Turning off hosting.
Single User Access
• Press the Ctrl and Shift keys at the same time to open QB Desktop.
• Then, a window called "No Company Open" will show up on the screen.
• Go to File and then to Utilities.
• Click Stop Hosting Multi-User Access in the new window that just opened.
• Start QuickBooks desktop by pressing Ctrl and Shift at the same time.
• The window for "No Company Open" will then appear.
• Then, choose File and then Utilities.
• Check if the Host Multi-User Access option appears on the screen. If the option to Stop Hosting Multi-User Access is available, click on it and follow the instructions on the screen to stop hosting.
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