The QuickBooks Error – “The file you specified cannot be opened” might leave you perplexed while you are in between something important. Though, you do not have any need to be perplexed anymore because the following article will give an answer to all your dilemmas about the error, its causing elements apt for future precautionary steps, and solutions.
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Check if the error stays the same by opening another file;
Create a sample file save it and try opening it. If the error continues to appear move on to the next solution.
Go to start > Search Control Panel > Security and firewall settings.
Due to firewalls and anti-virus’s security settings there might be a file error, try making the following changes:
Change security level to medium, if no change observes switch to low for time being and restart your computer.
Whitelist QuickBooks and its QuickBooks Database manager in your firewall and anti-virus software.
If nothing works, switch the firewall and anti-virus security off for a while and if still the error persists move on to the next solution.
Go to Start > Control Panel > Programs > Modify/Uninstall > you can either choose to completely uninstall the QuickBooks or modify its settings and repair it depending on the situation.
Hopefully, the above solutions will prove out to be a holy grail for you if not, you know what to do.
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