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  • brunomarsboms
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    If you are trying to open QuickBooks, your system freezes or hangs on and QuickBooks is not responding to any command. Various reasons are behind this error like the Company file not valid, damaged hard drive, Windows operating system corrupted, etc. Few tips are given to eradicate QuickBooks not opening error.
    ● Activate QuickBooks install diagnostic tool
    ● Reboot your computer
    ● Rename QBWUSER.INI file
    ● Reinstall QuickBooks
    ● Create A New Admin User for QB
    ● Open the Company File in Another Location
    After going through the above steps, you can’t open QuickBooks; then you must dial QuickBooks Helpline Number to troubleshoot this issue.
    Read more: – Fix Quickbooks Starts to Open Then Closes | How to Resolve QuickBooks Error Code 80029c4a

    bruce.banner0097
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    Step 1: Update QuickBooks
    If you haven’t already, update QuickBooks Desktop to the latest release.

    Step 2: Check the file you’re opening
    There are a lot of file types in QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise. You need to open a company file (QBW) with a .qbw extension at the end of the filename. You can’t open other file types, like backups (QBB) and portable files (QBM), the same way.

    Step 3: Figure out what’s causing the issue
    Let’s figure out if your company file or QuickBooks program itself is causing the issue.

    Open the Windows Start menu.
    Type “File Explorer” into the search and open File Explorer.
    Search for and find the QuickBooks.exe file. It’s usually in your QuickBooks folder.
    Hold down CTRL on your keyboard and double-click QuickBooks.exe. Don’t let go of CTRL until QuickBooks opens.
    After QuickBooks opens, open your company file. If you can’t, try a second test. Open QuickBooks but don’t open your company file. Instead, select Open a sample file.

    Regards,
    Bruce

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