Want the solution for QuickBooks error -6000, -80 while accessing company file. Can someone share some related information?

We have QuickBooks Installed on 4 computers and three of them are being used most often. The QuickBooks company file access rights are different for all the users so the admin computer access can’t be given. We along with our IT guy spent couple of hours but it didn’t work. The 4th standby computer also has the same QuickBooks Error Code -6000, -80 now. Just to make our work crawl we are managing 3 users from the main computer on different times. We won’t be able to pull one computer as multiuser for more than a day. An early information about the causes of Error -6000, -80 is needed as desperate as water in a burning desert along with a resolution. Thank You.

Asked on April 16, 2019 in Error Messages.
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Hi Steve,

Thanks a lot for your community post. I will make sure to acquaint you with all the necessary information in order to help you fix QuickBooks Error 6000 80 on your own. Before you read more, please take a look at the causes Error -6000 -80 while accessing the company file. I have also placed a link on the bottom of this answer in which you will find the information on how to fix this error. Moreover, this error occurs due to connectivity issue and you can’t communicate with the company file.

Causes of QuickBooks Error 6000 80

Few common roots of QuickBooks error -6000, -80 are mentioned below.

  • The data conversion or restoration is done over a network.
  • Problems in QuickBooks Data Source.
  • Damages in the Company File.
  • File Hosting active on multiple networked computers using QuickBooks.
  • QuickBooks cannot communicate with the server
  • Network latency or splintering.

Basis the causes of QuickBooks won’t open the company file, you can try the solutions to fix Error 6000 80 presented in the article link below.

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Answered on April 18, 2019.

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