how to resolve error code -6150, -1006

When i open my QB file it is showing error code -6150, -1006.

Please help me in opening the data


I have some troubleshooting steps that we can try to get past this error message, mk.

Let's start checking if your computer meets the QuickBooks App for Windows and Mac system requirements. You can check out this article for your guidelines: QuickBooks App for Windows and Mac General support.

If you meet the system requirements, you can clear cache in the QuickBooks app to refresh the program.

Here's how:

  1. Go to Help at the top menu bar.
  2. Choose Reset App Data.
If the same thing happens, please uninstall and reinstall the application. Just follow the steps in How do I install the app? and How do I uninstall the app? section in the article that I've provided above.

In the meantime, you can access your QuickBooks file using a web browser and continue working on it while installing your app.

Feel free to reply to this post if you have more questions. Thanks!
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