If you are a QuickBooks Desktop user having multiple businesses, you will need to create multiple company files. At times, your QuickBooks might work perfectly fine with one company file, but when you make a new one, you might end up getting an error with error code 6106. This is a common error in QuickBooks that restricts a user from creating a new company file in the program and can quickly be resolved with proper troubleshooting solutions. In this article, we will look at some of the most common reasons due to which you might face QuickBooks error 6106 and solutions that you can implement to resolve the error in no time. So keep reading the article until the end and get ready to resolve this company file error the next time you encounter it.
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The List of Reasons that can Prompt Error 6106 in QuickBooks Desktop
The first and the most common reason you might end up getting error 6106 is the corruption in the company data that can quickly be resolved using QuickBooks File Doctor.
An outdated QuickBooks Desktop can be a hub to uninvited bugs and issues that can sometimes trigger error 6106 while creating a new company file in the program.
Till now, the above mentioned are the only two known reasons that can possibly trigger error code 6106 in QuickBooks Desktop. Next in this article, we will discuss the solutions that you need to follow to resolve the error in no time.