Learn what Error - 6150,- 1006 is and what to do on the off chance that you see it in QuickBooks Desktop.
On the off chance that you see Error code: - 6150,- 1006 when creating, opening, or utilizing company files, we're here to help.
Error - 6150, - 1006 means your company file could have a few issues that need repair. Be that as it may, don't stress. We'll help you through the steps to get this settled so you can return to business.
In rare cases, the CryptoWall infection and different malicious software can cause Error - 6150, - 1006 and keep you from opening QuickBooks.
On the off chance that you don't perceive any files that fit this depiction, your PC is fine. Proceed onward to Step 2.
On the off chance that you see files that fit this depiction, reach out to your anti-infection supplier for help evacuating the CryptoWall infection. Here's documentation from Norton and McAfee for following stages. Try not to continue with any different steps until you settle this.
On the off chance that you as of late saved a backup of your company file (QBB), use it to restore your work. Just follow the steps to restore from backup company file in the event that you backed up as of late - you'll lose your work between your last backup and today.
On the off chance that you don't see Error - 6150,- 1006 after you restore your backup, everything is fixed.
In the event that you despite everything see Error - 6150,- 1006, proceed onward to Step 3.
Our data recovery teams can assist you with repairing your company file with a device called Auto Data Recovery (ADR). The procedure takes a couple of days. Since you won't have the option to work in QuickBooks during this time, record any accounting changes so you can enter them as soon as you're fully operational again.
Learn increasingly about recovering lost data with QuickBooks Auto Data Recovery.
On the off chance that you despite everything have issues with Error - 6150,- 1006, please contact our support team via messenger. We can assist you with getting QuickBooks and running again.