Error: -6130, 0 QuickBooks is trying to access the company file
Posted by Jennifer Millan, Last modified by Jennifer Millan on 13 September 2013 03:24 PM
Error: -6130, 0 QuickBooks is trying to access the company file, but cannot contact the database...
Opening a QuickBooks company file displays the message:
According to the article found at: http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/Support/Articles/SLN42263 here is how this can be fixed
Solution 1: Download, install and run the QuickBooks File Doctor Tool
Solution 2: Rename the .tlg file
Important: If you are a QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions user and you currently use Business Analysis, you must perform another sync to view your reports.
Note: Deleting the transaction log file (.tlg) is not recommended because it can be used to recover lost data
If you are unable to download the tool or prefer to fix the problem manually:
Your data file is damaged and cannot be opened. Attempting to open it stops the database manager service. Restart the service and restore a recent backup of your file. Rebuilding the restored file should resolve your issue.
Before opening the backup, you need to be sure the QuickBooks Database Manager is running:
Restore your backup into a new file. Do NOT overwrite a previous file.