QuickBooks error 6209 indicates the error while updating Windows, installing QuickBooks or trying to open a QuickBooks file. Usually the user after updating Windows or installing QuickBooks Desktop and attempting to open a company file, encounters the following error message on the computer:
“An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to access the company file. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact Intuit Technical Support and provide them with the following error codes: (-6209, 0).”
This QuickBooks error can occur because of a damaged Microsoft .NET Framework. Though there are 2 possible ways you can fix the problem like:
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